My husband relayed a story to me about a recent call he was on in which some fellow colleagues were talking about (humblebragging about) how they had stayed up until 2am to work on the current project and then woken up at 4am.
This Talking Tuesday stems from my recent leave of absence from work. This leave ended up being a sort of reset button. I had to take some time off from work for what is likely one of the most challenging personal events of my life –and I should have done it sooner.
This Talking Tuesday stems from my need to hit the pause and reset button. I found last year that while working from home, life dropped to a slower pace, I made more time for myself (selfcare) and even made the conscious choice to invest in career development – to tell myself it was ok toContinue reading “Tyranny of the Urgent”
Happy people make happy results for your company! Here are some great ways in creating a better work environment for your employees. https://www.businessnewsdaily.com/7932-create-better-work-environment.html This Talking Tuesday is recommended by: Laurie Kahn
It’s easy to get overwhelmed when you don’t have a strategy at work. And over the years, I’ve really enjoyed learning new ways to make my workday easier. When I came across this article, I HAD to share it! https://www.themuse.com/advice/31-genius-tips-for-making-your-workday-easier My Top 5 were: Start With the Most Difficult Task Stop Multitasking Remove Something FromContinue reading “Easier Workday”
With the numbers rising again and a return to masking up for the Delta variant – it may seem like you’re on a never-ending rollercoaster. Coronavirus is still around. Here’s a quick reminder on how to manage anxiety right now and to remind yourself of what you can control and how to reduce stress. WhileContinue reading “Managing Coronavirus Anxiety and Stress”
Reflecting on our Presidential Inauguration, the topic of traditions came to mind. Many of us during our conversion to a virtual world were wondering how to keep up with company (and even our family) traditions over the holiday and other special events. We often have discussions on company culture as well. It makes me realizeContinue reading “7 Reasons Why Traditions Are So Important”
During EDS18 in Salt Lake City, the pre-conference training was by Katherine Belt. She is a wonderful communication coach. Weekly, she offers a Monday Morning Stretch article usually of personal reflection and guidance. This week’s article, Upping the Ante, spoke to me and I wanted to share it with you. If you are interested, goContinue reading “Upping the Ante”
What do you do? You’re at an event for young professionals, meeting your spouse’s friends or colleagues for the first time, or meeting a new friend for coffee. It’s one of the most common small talk questions asked (in the United States anyway) and one I used to avoid. The word “assistant” tends to putContinue reading “What Do You Do?”
I’d like to share this infographic that I thought was great and also important to think about. We all need to take care of ourselves! Mental Health Infographic – CLICK HERE