Business trends seem to be focused on dehumanizing interactions. I want to be someone that people want to work with. It’s core to who I am. But am I sabotaging myself?
There are many reasons for decision paralysis, and “fear of failure” is just an easy excuse to avoid dealing with the real issue. Here are five big causes.
We all have freedom of choice. Here are three ways you can take power over your decisions so you can be at peace with the consequences that will result.
You can be more effective in crisis mode and more in control by knowing what your “north star” is for life after the crisis is past.
Identity creep happens in life’s gray areas, in the little conflicts when you have to choose between what’s right and what’s easy. Here are four guiding tips.
Lifestyle creep can be a huge gamble, and it’s driven by many factors. But you can control it through intentional decisions driven by your core values.
When you set goals, you create an aspirational future self. But that guy’s like a micromanaging boss who’s always judging and complaining. Don’t be that guy.
Pay attention to the inspirational memes and posts that come through your social media this month. The stories that get told and retold are the ones about success. Often, unusual successes. Stories like these: Julia Child didn’t start her culinary career until she was in her 50s. Alan Rickman didn’t Read more…
When a manager rationalizes hiring the lesser candidate, that’s minus-one hiring. It leads to institutionalized reliable mediocrity.
Some leaders manufacture outcomes by manipulating data and controlling the questions that get asked. That can lead to spectacular failure, and often does.