Far too often we make bad decisions because we fail to take the right perspective. Zooming out and creating emotional, physical, and time-based distance from our decisions is proven to unlock better decision-making.
I often find myself caught in between a stereotypical “millennial” world of doing what you love, following your dreams, etc., and the stereotypical “boomer” world of life never goes your way nor should it.
Acquiring the right tech skills is one of the most effective ways to stand out and level up professionally.
How to address confrontation within yourself, with others, and throughout your life.
Do you stop when you’ve done enough? What helps you be a satisficer instead of a maximizer?
These are my go-to habits when I need to get back on track, and they might work for you, too.
It is very common and very human to not understand people who are not like us or in the same position as we are. We have the ability, however, to change how we see other people and how we treat them. Start with these four tips and become an admin advocate.
If you are aware of your own strengths, you will begin to value your contributions. Even better, if you are aware of those around you, you can help others grow and contribute more meaningfully.
Here are some of the reasons that stories have incredible staying power in our lives.
To succeed at work, and in life, remind yourself every day that mediocrity is not an option. The people who stand out are the ones who clearly rise above the average.