The attitude “I don’t give a rip about my job” happens every single day. Is it happening in your company? Did you know that 50% of workers today would rather be someplace else? And another 20% take out their frustration … Read More
People become competitive when they believe in lack — a lack of love, of esteem, of inventory, of money. Their thoughts create a hole that grows ever wider and deeper. To overcompensate, they become defensive, aggressive, and argumentative. Obsessed with … Read More
Here is a list of great motivational quotes for business that have come down through the ages. You may find some that you identify with more than others, but they’re all worth remembering each and every day!
- Courage is not
What would your businessâs âgreatest hitsâ be if it went under tomorrow? Or what games are played here? Or if you worked in a big glass fishbowl, what might you do differently?
Iâve used these thought-provoking questions, during team building, … Read More
Should I take this offer or wait for a better one? Should we go with the candidate who has the most experience or the one who needs seasoning but has fire in the belly? Do we purchase n a new … Read More
In a recent program on conflict resolution for the marketing department of a health care company, I asked the following.
1. Can you describe the conflicts that occur most often?
2. What could be possible reasons for these … Read More
Most 2-year-old kids are creativity geniuses, according to studies, but by the end of K12 education only 3% maintain the same level of creativity. So what’s missing from our education system that prevents us from developing our innate creativity … Read More
But getting back to the U.S. Treasuries and why Bernanke may be losing control of that market and as an extension of the global financial system, here are the points that need to be made:
- Up until now, the Fed