It is important to continue to improve yourself every day and the best way to do that is to take note of all the natural qualities that make up who...
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I’m critical. And I’m judgmental. Of people and of things. At times my head floods with negative thoughts.
This morning I watched a Ted Talk entitled “Falling in Love is the Easy Part” by Mandy Len Catron (Catron's Ted Talk). She is known for writing an article in...
Did you get everything done yesterday that you wanted to? How about the day before that? Would you like more time in your day to do everything? Work, texting the...
Every day news stories, images and videos squawk like vultures over politics, catastrophes and hardship. Global leaders struggle with terrorism, poverty and hunger, infectious diseases, cyber-crime and the confusing global economy.
It’s all too familiar these days: the heartbreaking images of empty cubicles, vacant offices, deserted downtown parades, and recurring headlines spewing news of cost reduction and more layoffs.
In a recent survey of 350,000 people worldwide by Franklin Covey, people admitted to spending up to 40 per cent of their time on unimportant or irrelevant tasks.
With shocking speed last year we fell into this major downturn in the oil patch in western Canada and economically worldwide.
If you’re one of the many people who have been laid off recently, this is for you. Recovering from the varied and complex ramifications of a job loss can be overwhelming.
With shocking speed, we’ve fallen into a major downturn in the oil patch. Capital projects have been cancelled and jobs and budgets have been drastically cut.