Archive for the ‘Self- development’ Category

In Part 2 we dealt with that vampire that sucks the life blood out of your business: the phone. The second biggest time vampire, which is so bad as to almost be entitled to equal top billing with unscheduled phone calls is email, followed by the face-to-face meeting.

Many companies are laying off people and are downsizing so it is imperative that you have something to offer for the company you are working for. Here are some suggestions on how to become a valuable employee for the place you are working for.

I would like to share with you some of the things that I have learned from others and applied successfully in my business that just happens to be a legal practice. It's about getting the right stuff done.

If it were just about getting the work done, we'd all be super productive. What if everything you thought you knew about time management is wrong?

A year or so ago the Harvard Business Review had an interesting article on two personality styles and the watch-outs regarding matching up pairs of people in boss/subordinate roles. They categorized people as being of two types: promoters and protectors.

Economists from universities in UK and Germany found that happier people are roughly 12% more productive than their less happy peers. Here are some tips!

PsyCap evolved through the research being done in regard to applying a positive attitude to the workplace. Remaining positive is one of the hard things you need to do to be successful.

When it comes to tips on how to overcome fear and mental obstacles, surely getting past a fear of rejection must be somewhere in there, right?

In a new book on fixing the U.S. health care system, my good friend Dr. David Lawrence discusses the need for leadership and discusses the attributes of some great leaders. I was particularly struck by his comments about the very strong leadership capabilities of one of our most admired presidents; Abraham Lincoln.

There are many types of inspirational leaders and you can follow different examples. How to inspire staff and employees all depends on what you mean by “inspire.” Essentially, the main purpose of inspiration is to get everyone pulling in the same direction in a cooperative fashion. The direction, of course, is to fulfill the mission and goals of the organization.