These are my go-to habits when I need to get back on track, and they might work for you, too.
Posts Tagged: flow
The recent launch of our software platform, Open Innovation, provides an a excellent opportunity to engage in a discussion about the importance of innovation, specifically in regard to workplace efficiency and communication. Around the globe, the past few years have witnessed significant infrastructural changes, not only in the way we communicate with one another, butRead… Read more »
The phrase “letting go” has long been a vital part of my stress management overview, especially related to breaking the “erosive spiral” of that all-consuming “b”-word. (When it comes to stress, actually, a number of emotionally charged “b” words jump to mind, for example, “botox,” or when you have a BMW colleague, which I recentlyRead… Read more »
Greetings, All. A Silicon Valley technologist (and highly evolved member of our species) has uploaded a short PDF that’s worthy of this community of leaders’ attention. If anyone cares to know, my focus in 2009 was numbers 1,2, and 7 and it will remain so in 2010. Which metrics speak to you? A related post,Read… Read more »