Mindfulness in Leadership: Part I

Mindfulness in Leadership: Part I

The complexity of our work, the intensity by which we constantly get interrupted, and the competing demands for our attention have reached a critical level. Think about the sheer number of tasks, the number of folks reaching out to us at any given time, and the myriad...
A Cheerful Heart is Good Medicine

A Cheerful Heart is Good Medicine

A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries the bones. -Old Proverb Your alarm went off, you threw it across the room and overslept. Your teenager yelled at you.  The dog got out – AGAIN. It’s pouring down rain. It took an hour and a half to get to...

Why You Need an Inner Circle

“Is there someone in your life whom you would feel comfortable phoning at four in the morning to tell your troubles to?” Your answer to this one question predicts not your happiness, but your lifespan. As Martin E.P. Seligman writes in Flourish, “If your answer is...

Overwhelmed? Manage Actions, Not Time

When work piles up so that all your efforts are focused on digging out, it might be more helpful to focus on managing actions rather than managing time. We all have phases when we get slammed with a tremendous workload and the overwhelm sets in. On days like this,...

Why Leaders Shouldn’t Stress about Stress

First, the bad news: One-third of Americans rate their stress level as extreme, and you might even rank yourself among them if you are a leader with a high level of care and commitment for your people and your work. It’s also no surprise that prolonged stress is...
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