A salesperson from Pitney Bowes left a message on my office voicemail that my lease on the postage machine was almost up and he could help me lock in a savings for uninterrupted service. I returned his call and said I was going to return the machine at the end of the lease but hadn’t…
How big was Walden Pond that Thoreau famously wrote about? Was it a tiny marsh or a large body of water? And why does it matter? Find out about how curiosity can enrich your life and improve your work.
Sometimes we pride ourselves on being really busy and find ourselves caught up in hurry. Yet hurry is the enemy. Find out why and what you can do instead.
A routine is something you use every day to make the most of your time. When was the last time you rethought your routine and renewed it to maximize your daily efforts?
Is there really one question that determines your company’s success? I believe there is. Find out what it is.
Have a great product or service is important, but so is a strong connection with your customers and prospects.
Faith is more than just believing. My friend John is an example of what makes faith admirable.
“I’m disappointed.” These are two painful words for anyone to hear whether you’re a child, employee or spouse. Disappointment is one of the most unpleasant things to experience. When you disappoint someone at work (it is inevitable for us all), how can you address disappointment to rectify the situation in the quickest and most productive… Continue Reading [icon name=”icon-angle-double-right”]
You build mental muscle by challenging your thinking. Here are 20 ideas to consider. Think of them as food for your mental training table.
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