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Five Fears and How They Silence

We often fail to have the difficult conversations we need to have, leaving unspoken important truths. Why? – Fear of Confrontation/Conflict: From the playground onward, we…

Have You Mastered Wu Wei Yet?

Wu Wei is Chinese for “effortless action”. Pronounced “ooo-way”, it is akin to achieving the state of “flow” where you are at your very best…

The Glad Game

Playing the “Glad Game” is the playful practice of ALWAYS looking for the best in each and every situation, seeing the silver lining in every…

On the Importance of Being Nice

While some stress (can we say deadlines?) are marvelously effective in focusing the mind, excessive or unnecessary stress is a distraction, can hinder productivity or…

Sincere “Sorry!” Sign of Strength

Strangely, some see an apology as a sign of weakness! Au contraire! A from-the-heart “sorry” is a sign of a secure, strong, anchored from within…

Maybe it is Rocket Science…

I invest in apartments and I own a community management company. On some levels, it is a pretty simple, common sense job. You show apartments,…

Shun Sloppy Moods

Mood Management. Emotional Control. EQ: Emotional Intelligence. Emotional Labor. Self-discipline. Self-Control. Patience.  We are all human, we have our ups and downs. ‎Respect for others…

Superior Supervisors Refuse to Solve Subordinates Problems

Most supervisors are promoted to the position because they are smart and can create and implement solutions and tend to rightly take pride in their…

Three Ways To Find The Bright Side Of Dark Days

Bad things are going to happen; can’t help you there. But I can help you DEAL with the bad stuff. No magic wands, just proven techniques…