Personal Development

3 ways to lead in any position

December 1, 2016 Categorized in: Personal Development

How to take the lead and enact real change within your company, no matter your position.
Terms that people of influence are using today.
Many admins know that job titles don’t always cover all the duties they perform. Diane Ray, an executive assistant in the real estate business, exemplifies this.
Guilt can take over and kill your productivity.
Assertive people are confident and know how to use compromise and tact to achieve their goals.

1-Minute Strategies: January ’17

December 1, 2016 Categorized in: Personal Development

The importance of sleep … Productivity on the weekend … New words in the Oxford English Dictionary … Moon debris … The Wintergatan Marble Machine
Starting a new job can be overwhelming, but bonding with your new officemates can make the transition a lot easier, writes consultant April Starcadder. Sometimes, though, co-worker bonding doesn’t start out so well, and it can seem like you’re invisible to everyone around you. If that sounds familiar, consider these reasons you might be feeling like you don’t fit in, along with some solutions to help.
Many workers look at a computer monitor all day, straining their eyes and harming their vision. Here’s how to reduce eye strain’s effects.
Everyone wants the best, but you could be sacrificing your happiness if you never settle for what is “good enough.”
“Mindfulness” is a word that comes up often, yet isn’t universally understood.
Personal empowerment involves developing and demonstrating confidence and strength to fulfill your individual potential.
James Clear offers science-backed strategies to eat healthy without having to think too much about it.
Here are some terms people of influence are using today.