Monthly Archives: February 2014

Excuse Me… But I was Distracted

When I first started work, and yes the dinosaurs still roamed the earth, the workplace was kind of like a church, quiet and peaceful. The idea was to create a space where people could focus on their tasks without too … Continue reading

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Don’t Make Assumptions

There is a great little book that I read years ago, and still re-read today called “The Four Agreements” by Don Miguel Ruiz. Don Miguel is a Toltec Indian from Mexico and comes from a long chain of teachers and … Continue reading

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It’s Okay… Go Back to Bed

Sometimes science catches up. We have all known that we would be better off if only we could get a couple of hours more shut-eye. Now science has confirmed it. Researchers from the Harvard Medical School have found out that … Continue reading

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Buy the Book Change the Things You Can: Dealing with Difficult People

If you like the articles and content on this site then you will love reading the book Change the Things you Can: Dealing with Difficult People. In this book you will find out: How to Know if You are a … Continue reading

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Trust Means Almost Never having to Say You’re Sorry

Trust is something that is hard to earn but very easy to lose. In fact trust is never learned, it can only be earned. Ultimately, trust is about consistency; believing that a person will behave in a certain way the … Continue reading

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Honesty is Still the Best Policy

Honesty is probably one of the most under-rated qualities that exist today. Perhaps honesty has been somewhat diluted because we have heard too many lies and seen too many broken promises by the people who are supposed to lead us. … Continue reading

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