Thinking About Tomorrow?
On September 12, 2019, The New York Times published a special section on “Retirement.” One article that really reverberated for me was titled: “My Work Life Is Over. What’s Next?” The author states, “Many retirees do not have a plan” for after retirement. […]
Can People And Businesses Really, Truly Change? Yes! Here's How
Change is all around us but few of us really know how to change ...especially when it means adopting new ways of doing things. Our brains hate change. It's literally pain! So why do it? Because we must. The times demand it. Even though change can be painful, we really need to learn how to adapt […]
What Time Is It? Time To Change
Maybe it is time to change “Change Management” In today's highly competitive, technologically disrupted business environment, one thing that’s a constant across all industries is change. It cannot be ignored—it must be embraced. But how? How do you change when our brains […]
Mary Beth Nelsen: How Employees Who Refuse To Change Can Damage Your Entire Business
From Guest Blogger Mary Beth Nelsen I had just finished a 3-day training program. My husband asked what in the world could require three whole days. Thinking he was actually interested, I began to explain the process, including skills development, change management, practice, gaining […]
Elisa Spain: How Ego Diversification Can Be The Key To Satisfaction And Joy
From Guest Blogger Elisa Spain Ego Diversification What does it mean to diversify your ego? Does that even make sense? In the investment world, diversification is de rigueur. Anyone who works with an investment advisor has heard them talk about the benefits of holding a […]
Can Marvel Comics Make You Love Blue Ocean Strategy?
From Guest Blogger Michael Olenick The idea that higher value and lower cost are incompatible is taken as an assumption. Better things cost more, right? Sometimes that’s true, but not always. Blue Ocean Strategy theorizes the relationship can be broken, that higher value can be delivered at […]