Archives for October 2018
Step Up Your Game
Did you ever see someone step right over a piece of paper and not pick it up? You have to wonder: Did he see it or is he just plain lazy? The truth is, he probably also sees problems at work, yet fails to do anything about them. If that sounds familiar, it’s time to… [Read More]
Do You Live in the Dark? The Danger of Being Uninformed
Close your eyes. What do you see? Nothing? Let me ask you a different way: Close your office door. What’s happening outside your four walls? You’re not sure, you say? The fact is, when you live behind closed doors; when you build walls around yourself; when you’re close-minded and tune out others’ viewpoints; and when… [Read More]
Do You Deserve to Be Trusted?
Some things occur naturally like the sunrise, seasons, and the changing of the tides. Many folks put trust in the same category, thinking it’s simply a natural outgrowth of relationships. Nothing could be further from the truth. What’s more, if you believe that trust is inevitable, you’re far less likely to make the effort required… [Read More]
Is Your Friend Really An Acquaintance?
There are folks you’ve known for many years, had their kids over to play with your kids, spent time with them at work, and you may even have been on the receiving end of a favor or two. Does that make them a friend — or an acquaintance? You may be asking yourself, why does… [Read More]