When a workplace becomes so toxic and you have done what is within your power to address it, the costs of leaving just might be outweighed by the benefits of finding a positive environment where you can thrive once more.
Posts Tagged: Go
In the last rule, “Learn to let it go” we talked about letting go of past hurt and bitterness. In this rule, we are addressing how to “Let Go”. Once your read this rule, you will see the difference. By following both of these rules, you will find a path to success much more attainable…. Read more »
You can be bitter or you can be better. As a follower of the Rules and Tools, I want you to choose to be better. During the course of your success, you will undoubtedly come across those who don’t know the rules. Perhaps it’s that difficult person, or someone who will intentionally lie or cross… 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 recently… Read more »
Part I of this two-part essay focused on my format for illustrating the concept of “Letting Go” during a 20-minute after dinner keynote for the career transition/support group, Forty Plus. [Email [email protected] for this essay.] I reviewed both the dynamics and dangers of not being able to “let go”: “if you have invested so much… Read more »