Monthly Archives: March 2015

The Hidden Riches in Risk-Taking at Work

I’ve had a great deal of practice taking risks throughout the past thirty-five years. I’ve done it in my personal and professional life often. Here’s what I’ve discovered: While taking risks may not be easy for you or me, doing … Continue reading

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Establish Boundaries with Time

While there are lots of different kinds of boundaries professionals need and desire to establish related to their work lives, perhaps none are more valuable, both short and long term, than those concerning time. Because I, personally, have found this … Continue reading

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How to Rebound from Setbacks

Setbacks come in various forms. Your star performer fails to complete a major project on time. A new hot shot product doesn’t sell. Funding for a necessary service doesn’t come through. A colleague betrays a confidence. A Board member undermines … Continue reading

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