There’s been a lot of talk about transient advantages in business circles these days. The idea of transient advantage centers around the concept that our society moves at a fast pace, making it difficult to know how long any company will stay on top. Therefore, you have to strike while the iron’s hot.
It's so easy to drift off into Carefree Land the minute the Christmas season rolls around, isn’t it? Every ounce of discipline you've had throughout the year with things like hitting targets, eating healthily, and working out give way to the festivities that accompany Christmas.
If you’re lacking energy and feeling less than healthy, it’s likely that your diet has been less than spectacular lately. One great way to slingshot your way back to feeling vital is with a healthier diet. If you can hang in there for a mere 7 days, you might decide to stick with it permanently.
It's here again - the time of year when all your diet and fitness regimens are put aside for the sake of enjoying food, fun, and fellowship with your loved ones.
Have you always wanted to contribute to a worthy cause, but weren’t sure of the best way? It's not uncommon to have the desire to be charitable even though you lack the approach. And because of that, it just ends up not happening.
Being convincing in front of an audience can be challenging. If you find yourself experiencing difficulties presenting to a group, you’re not alone. After all, it’s not easy to change the mindset of your audience to align with yours during a presentation.
Underemployment is rampant these days among middle-aged executives who have been laid off and recent college graduates who are struggling to land their first job. If you’re trying to figure how to be content with your job when you find yourself in a position that doesn’t match your skill set, try some of these suggestions.
Sleepless nights really make a mess of your days, don’t they? When you sleep even one hour less than normal, it feels like you've been run over by a truck. And it's even worse when sleeplessness becomes the norm.
It’s tempting to see the world in black and white, but there are drawbacks to ignoring the gray areas. If you’ve ever been stuck in the habit of absolute thinking, there are ways to recover.
The term ‘3-day monk’ has come to mean someone that gets obsessed with something in the short-term, but quickly loses interest. The object of our high-level of interest might be our new blog, learning an instrument or language, or some new hobby.