Dealing With: “Can You Do Me a Favor?” Saying No to Effectively Manage Your Time

Have you ever been asked for a favor and before the person asking has even finished their sentence, you already knew that you WANTED to say no? But you said yes instead because you felt guilty, didn’t you? Requests for … Continue reading

Why I Didn’t Want to Do the Dishes – The Relationship Between Laziness, Inefficiency and Complacency

I have always had a certain aversion for particular tasks growing up. One that sticks out most in my mind was washing the dishes. This was because growing up we didn’t have a dishwasher. There was a constant conflict between … Continue reading

How Cutting the Social Media Cord Saved My Mental Health

There’s never been a better time to consider taking a social media cleanse. In the midst of a pandemic, social unrest, political debates, protests and a failing economy, hopping on social media can be incredibly depressing. Instead of providing an … Continue reading

3 Unexpected Things You Can Do to Be Happier at Work

It’s probably not a surprise to you that happiness leads to success in nearly every domain of your life, including health, friendship, community involvement, creativity and, specifically, your job, career and business.[1]  Happy workers have higher levels of productivity, produce … Continue reading

The ONE Type of Motivation That Will Make You Thrive in Times of Uncertainty

Motivation, motivation, motivation… many talk about it but I believe few talk about the one tactic moving the needle in our daily life. Motivation is what drives us to act and yet why so often do we get carried away … Continue reading

3 Productivity Tips for Working at Home Post COVID-19

In early March this year, dealing with the coronavirus meant working at home. The entire planet moved to mandatory work at home to protect the health of employees and communities alike. The remote work culture represented an adjustment for many, … Continue reading