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How to Win

Posted Posted in Leadership, Team Work, Values

Tact is the art of making a point without making an enemy. ~ Sir Isaac Newton We find ourselves in all kinds of situations in which we must assert what we know is the right course of action against the “better judgement” of others. These “others” are just as sure that their ideas are correct. […]

I Love my Family!

Family Time, Anyone?

Posted Posted in Family, Personal Growth, Values

Today’s families may look quite different than families that have been popularized in television shows of the 1950s and 60s. They were usually quaint and lovely models of a strong nuclear family consisting of a homemaker wife, a hardworking successful father, and obedient children who may get in a little mischief, but could be solved […]

Optimism: A Workplace Objective?

Posted Posted in Personal Growth, Positivity, Values

“The optimist sees the donut, the pessimist sees the hole.”~Oscar Wilde Have you noticed that most people default to a negative mood? It’s an instinctual survival tool to fend off trouble. However, we can learn to control that instinct by creating viable responses to social and work-related “dangers.” By filling our cup with positivity in […]

Coach Lily Quadrupled

Be a Copycat!

Posted Posted in Leadership, organization culture, Team Work, Values

Many people struggle to reach success because they refuse or are unable to see the obvious path. First, determine your goal and write it down. Reflect on these questions: Why did you choose this goal? How does it fit within the big picture of your life? What do you hope to accomplish, specifically? How will […]