What are you pretending not to know? The toughest coaching question I know is: What are you pretending not to know? The question is so difficult because it requires the client to face up to her delusions, the wishes she has for reality that don’t line up with what’s actually going on.
The Christmas decorations are up. Have you noticed? Well, maybe not at my house (or probably not yours either). But at the Big Box Stores? Yep, at midnight on October 31st, the Halloween stuff disappeared and Santa arrived.
This is the third in a three part series. Part One covered the symptoms of overwhelm and anxiety. In Part Two, I shared some of my survival tactics for weathering a season of overwhelm.
How can you cut the time spent on emails in half? How can you get to “inbox zero” every single day? I recently interviewed over 200 millionaires, entrepreneurs and highly successful solopreneurs for my new book, 15 Secrets Highly Successful People Know About Time Management.
IFTTT (If This, Then That) is a free online tool that automates actions between websites, apps, smartphones, gadgets and more. Want your tagged Facebook photos backed up on Google Drive? IFTTT can do that.
Article of interest for Artisitc Entrepreneurs: 10 Tips to Increase Blog Post Engagement with Formatting & Organization
We all started blogging because we wanted to be heard, right? And whether we are blogging for fun, to inspire, or to make money, without an audience your blog is nothing.
I receive an offer to join the Techstars New York program to work as an Associate. The problem is that I’m still CEO of Frontlyst and in the process of winding down the company. An even greater problem is that I would have to get to NYC in 3 days.
Article of interest for Artisitc Entrepreneurs: The Weekly HR Roundup: 18 Top Stories to Help Grow Your Business
With Small Business Saturday approaching, you’re probably thinking about different things you can do to help your business grow and thrive.
In a conversation at The Edge, Jamil Zaki traces the two narratives about empathy through culture. eE says: As many of us know, there are lots of instances in which people could feel empathy, but don’t. The prototype case here is intergroup settings.