Make Your Work Life Easier. 6 Expressions You Should Ban at the Office.

This one is from the March 2011 issue of Shape magazine. Life and Career Coach Anna Goldstein share six expressions that should be banned at the office.
“I hate…” It’s way to harsh. Instead, describe specifics you don’t like about a plan.
“It’s not my fault.” Even if it’s true, it sounds defensive and won’t get people [...]

What’s Your dream?

People seem to be taken aback when I ask this question. The usual response that I get is “I don’t have a dream” which is then followed by a nervous laugh. People really hate to be asked this question. When we reach a certain age, we tend to think that pursuing a dream or even [...]

Exercise Immediately Improves Your Ability to Learn.

This is from Yahoo.
Exercise immediately improves your ability to learn.
It sounds unbelievable, but it’s true. In a study at the University of Muenster in Germany, participants who ran sprints learned new words 20 percent faster than those who did nothing. Other research has tied physical activity to improve attention and memory as well.
“Exercise is the [...]

Pain to Power Vocabulary

This list of Pain to Power Vocabulary is extremely empowering. It comes from Susan Jeffer’s book, Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway.
Pain                                                              Power
I can’t————————————I [...]

What I learned from my dog.

I’ve noticed that my dog, Cindy, only enjoys playing with big dogs. She’s a 12 pound apricot mini poodle. She looks like a stuffed animal. If you saw her you’d think she could only handle herself with little dogs. Apparently the little dogs bore her. The big dogs challenge her. The big dogs never [...]

Quote from Woody Allen

“80% of Success is Showing up.” -Woody Allen

An interesting point from an amazing thinker.

“Problems cannot be solved at the level of thinking that created them”. -Albert Einstein

Feeling down on yourself and your life? Here’s a quote to ponder.

“It is never too late to become the person you could have become.” -George Eliot