Monthly Archives: September 2019

dynamic work design

Create Better Workflows with Dynamic Work Design

An executive’s most important task is to understand and monitor the processes by which their business operates. Errors and setbacks in the chain of production can happen in any system, whether in physical production (factory setting) or intellectual workspaces. Without … r

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6 Benefits of Practicing Yoga with Animals

If you’ve ever thought about how to take your downward dog to a whole new level, then have you ever considered bringing your actual dog into your yoga practice? Yes. You read that right. Yoga with animals is a real … r

How to Stop Caring So Much about What Others Think of You

How do you stop caring so much about what others think of you? Don’t start! Do you care so much about what others think of you that you repress or sideline what you would really like to be or do? … r

Getting in the Zone: Finding Flow in the Everyday

I’m sure you’ve heard of people “getting in the zone.” Often, athletes describe themselves as being in the zone during a tough game. It’s this magical feeling when you’re focused like a laser on the task at hand and everything … r

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Fundamentals to Workplace Well-being

In this article, I’ll be arguing why value and respect are fundamental to workplace well-being, not salary or perks. Writing for The Independent, Cary Cooper and Ivan Robertson hit the nail on the head when they said, “There is a … r

5 Ways Cooking Can Help Reduce Stress

Our schedules are ever so busy. With the world becoming faster paced today more than yesterday, people need more tips and tricks to save time. There is a lot you might have on your schedule for today – a 9-to-5 job, exercise, a side job, social activities, taking your kids to and from school, and much more. Oftentimes, you might give in to the ‘fast breakfast’ commercial that you see on your way to work. It is understandable. Occasionally, you can enjoy a good take-out dinner but that should not be a norm. r