Finding life’s answers through self-awareness: One person’s true story of finding happiness in work and life

As someone who has worked both with and for a company that studies behaviors and motivators, I have an interesting perspective on exactly how useful and important understanding these subjects can be. And many times it starts with finding life’s answers through self-awareness. Having been a life...

Control Yourself! 5 ways to decrease your need for control

Since the day you were old enough to talk, you’ve had the need for control. Leading comes naturally to you. As a kid growing up, you organized all the neighborhood games in the park. As you got older you formed clubs in school and other activities in which others could join. During your working...

Why don’t I love my job? You may not be doing these nine things

If you do an internet search for the phrase why don’t I love my job, you will find over 216,000,000 keyword results! That’s an astonishingly high number. Considering that the internet is only about 30 years old, it identifies a prolific, market-wide epidemic when it comes to people being happy with...

A two-step process to improve your emotional intelligence

We all have experienced anxiety on one level or another. It can last for minutes, hours, days or even months. It usually happens when we try to figure out life after personal crisis, or when we pursue a challenging goal in transitional times. But people with high emotional intelligence have a way...

How utility can drive your behavior (& inform which job is the best job for you)

Each person values practicality and usefulness in different ways. Just as there are two sides to a coin, people approach their daily tasks in two opposing ways, focusing either on the simple completion of the task or the return on investment that the task delivers. Both are valuable perspectives...

What are the most common conflicts in the workplace?

Working within a large group of people is bound to create forms of natural conflict. Understanding the potential for conflict and being prepared with the tools to help avoid it are the keys to keeping peace in the workplace. It’s much easier to work with a group of people that share mutual respect,...

I Hate to Stress You Out, BUT…

Stress: How the Dysfunction Impacts Your Health 

Do You Know the WHY Behind Your Vote?

Brain Science Offers Answers to Your Presidential Choice An election year is always a polarizing time for the country. A nation is divided not only by the issues, but the strong emotions evoked by those issues.

8 Daily Habits That Can Bring Success

Are your daily habits hindering your success? Losing a bad habit and creating a new one will propel you forward to greater success, impact and fulfillment.