Your Colleagues are People Too

April 05, 2018
People. So much of what makes a workplace great or difficult are the people. We spend a lot of time with the people we work with. And it’s the people who make up your company that set the culture and tone of your business. In no small... Read More

Creature Comforts

March 22, 2018
I was talking with my dad about this minimalist movement that is growing in popularity every day. It’s theme is essentially about selling your extra belongings that aren’t necessary for daily life. I told my dad I thought... Read More

Treating Employees Like Customers

March 12, 2018
When I’m brainstorming the next blog topic that I want to write about, the topic of employee retention is one that frequently comes to mind (as evidenced by some of my other posts). While some may interpret this as me recycling the... Read More

Learning to Embrace Conflict

March 01, 2018
Growing up I avoided conflict in absolutely every way I could. I associated it with anger, disapproval, isolation and ultimately it felt like a dead-end street. However, as I married into a family and have been fortunate to be a part of... Read More

Your Greatest Strength

February 15, 2018
“The more you know yourself, the more patience you have for what you see in others.” – Erik Erikson Erik Erikson was a world-renowned German-American developmental psychologist and is known for his theory on... Read More

Is Cash Still King?

February 02, 2018
When I was young, I thoroughly enjoyed playing computer games (this was before the release of the Nintendo, and we never had an Atari, so for a while I was relegated to sifting through computer games on disks). The really cool ones came in... Read More

It’s in the Details…

January 18, 2018
Have you ever caught yourself working on a project that felt so tedious you wonder if it’s worth continuing? Almost as if the work and time invested just doesn’t seem worth the end result? I feel this way when I mop my floors.... Read More

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