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8 ways to keep your New Year’s resolutions at work

Life is what happens when you're busy making (and breaking) New Year's resolutions — with apologies to John Lennon. How much money would you bet...

Work Without Limits: Go beyond your ‘limiting beliefs’

I was interviewed recently by the World Peace Initiative from Jordan, and the interviewer asked me about “limiting beliefs” and what I thought they...

How to take care of everyone without burning out

Whenever I feel overextended, I think of the street performer in Venice, California, who juggles chainsaws. I am awed by the intensity with which...

The key to lifelong employability? Be a problem-solver

Clayton Christensen is one of the world’s experts on innovation and growth and has written many books on the topic of disruption. One of...

Don’t waste life’s wake-up calls

Do you know the difference between a calamity and a tragedy? A calamity, such as an earthquake or tsunami is unavoidable; a tragedy is when...

Fear of compassion is a lost opportunity for communication

As I look around the world and at interactions between people, something I see less and less of is compassion. The reason for that...

Moving on from ‘No.’ Make rejection your best friend

How often do you run into a "No" in life? Chances are that if you’re running into challenges in your work, including being out of...

Wake up and smell the ROI, or else

This will be a departure from many of my blogs at least with regard to tone. In those, I have often been empathic and compassionate...

The Job Shaming Game: How to shake it off

A recent USA Today article on job shaming talked about former Cosby Show actor, Geoffrey Owens, being seen and shamed for working as a bagger...

A C-suite wake-up call: We’re all replaceable

If those of you in the C-suite think you’re all irreplaceable, think again. The human workforce is the figurative boiling frog in the cauldron...

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