Personal Development

Create a personal zen zone

September 5, 2019 Categorized in: Personal Development

It’s time to treat yourself to a bit of stress relief, without spending much money. Think about getting some of these things.

Deal with dyslexia on the job

September 5, 2019 Categorized in: Personal Development

A dyslexic person’s brain functions, learns and processes information differently than those of the majority of people. Here are some common tips for those living with dyslexia.
Anxiety about dealing with difficult vendors is distracting and draining. As a representative of your company, it’s time to make this part of your job easier and make the difficult conversations more productive.
Follow these 8 commandments of the dishwasher.

7 great blogs for admins

September 5, 2019 Categorized in: Personal Development

Though a couple of these blogs have not featured new articles or posts since 2018, they are still worth visiting for their tips, hacks and thoughtful articles.

1-Minute Strategies: October ’19

September 5, 2019 Categorized in: Personal Development

When not to say thanks … Where the heck did circus peanuts come from? … Ever looked closely at the Coca Cola logo?
Is there an easy way to move an entire folder to someone else’s OneDrive? … What’s the best way to move things from Google Drive to OneDrive? … Is it better to use OneDrive or SharePoint to share files?

Sound Bites: September ’19

September 1, 2019 Categorized in: Personal Development

3 phrases that are major ego-strokers … A strategy to quiet nonstop talkers AND encourage the quiet ones … Can you trademark a scent?
Follow these suggestions when you’re on the receiving end of destructive criticism.

Defeat smartphone addiction

August 1, 2019 Categorized in: Personal Development

Jane Burnett, writing at Ladders, offers some tips for avoiding the trap that everyone seems to have fallen into.
Recent scientific findings have shown that walking is great for your brain. Need even more reasons to consider adding walking to your daily routine? Here are some more.
“Every suitcase represents a problem that can be picked up and lugged around with you all day. Most people can’t help themselves but to pick up a couple. And the suitcases weigh us down.”
My office has a shared printer station. Any of you familiar with the scenarios below, please join me on this journey … my journey of rage.