Are you ready for a few little smiles? If so, try these short jokes.
Do you know about the connection between boredom and brilliance? If you rate yourself above average in the smarts department — and you likely do — you need to know about the connection. Have a listen.
It certainly comes as no surprise that fathers are important or that a special day has been set aside for remembering Dad. Sure, mothers got their day first; but the people in charge of designating special days finally got around to the obvious: Fathers deserve being honored too. The challenge is in knowing how to do that.
Do you agree that Dad Rocks? If so, have a listen. If not, “sad” hardly gets at what it makes me feel for you.
When people watching as meditation, the key is to focus on the ambience and stay inside the scene. Pick a small patio table toward the edge, sit back, focus and let your mind grock the gestalt. By the end of the twenty minutes, you will definitely be in the zone.
Let’s talk some more about introverts. Earlier I told you about Introvert month. It was a big success. It’s about time that extroverts quit getting all the attention simply because they spend so much time socializing and getting in other’s faces. We introverts are here too, and doing just fine thank you.
There are a couple of things everyone needs to be clear about. We introverts are neither bashful nor shy. …
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Abstract: Leadership is a product of the dark matter in the world of organizations. Like the dark matter in the cosmos, leadership is hypothesized to exist, although its existence can, for the most part, only be inferred from actual observable conditions, events, and circumstances that include successful conclusion of “leadership events.” Thus, leadership actualizes as a transactional event that occurs between the leader and his or her colleagues. Putting the point in a different frame, teams and team work are not just the best leadership strategy, they are the only leadership strategy available to us. …
Rate your stress from 1 (low) to 10 (high). Press play on the episode. Ask your imagination to bring up the scene. Who is there? Where is there? What is happening? Keep your attention on the scene until the end. Now, rate your stress again.
In the last episode, we took a swing back when silly was fun. Well, silly is still fun, even if we have gotten too old for that nonsense.