The Power of Saying No — Counseling Recovery, Michelle Farris, LMFT
When you think of saying no do you feel anxious or guilty? If you're feeling uncomfortable you're not alone! Maybe you say yes to avoid a hassle but deep down, you feel resentful - like you don't really have a choice. So you keep saying yes, offering to help or pitch in whenever so
CRUSH SCHOOL - How to Improve Your Critical Thinking
As a teacher, I often expect my students to think critically. If you're a teacher I bet you expect the same. As a parent, you wish for your kids to be able to critically evaluate the choices an important situation offers to make the smart, most beneficial decision. I know I do and while I
No matter how much you love your job, 40 hours a week (or 50+ for some people) takes a lot of discipline to keep on keepin' on everytime you get to the office. I recently added another mini-Infographic to my collection and thought up 13 ways that work for me when I'm too busy to think, distracted by…
Can happiness be as simple as x+y = joy? Not exactly, but our expert, a former Google career development manager and the author of Pivot: The Only Move That Matters Is Your Next One, shows you how to create your own personal equation for self-satisfaction and well-being.
Managing a team does not make you a leader, and ineffective leadership often results in poor performance and high turnover. In fact the no 1 reason people quit their jobs is a bad boss. Possessing the right qualities to lead and inspire a team can be both rewarding and a real challenge. Are your leadership methods more constructive or destructive? Take the test and find out!