With the end of the year approaching, it’s time for a review of your business performance in 2012. The following 10 behavioral strategies will ensure a successful year-end and help you plan for the new year.
As a child, each of us had dreams of who we wanted to be and what we wanted to accomplish. As we mature, we begin to lose sight of those dreams and aspirations as the daily reality of life takes up more and more of our time.
If the pressures of life rob you of your ability to relax and take in life around you, something’s wrong. We have a greater need today, than any other time in history, to find balance.
Currently, there is an increasing trend toward people searching to find greater meaning in their lives. Gradually, more and more people are having the courage to do it and not just talk about it. But it can be difficult to understand the steps that need to be taken to find more meaning without a plan, and understanding where you are ‘now’ and what needs to be done to reach your quality life goals.
Sonia Arrison tells us that living longer lifespans will affect all aspects of society. In her book, 100+ , Arrison acknowledges that doubling one’s lifespan and working years may sound overwhelming, however economists at the University of Chicago have demonstrated that longer lives mean greater wealth.
As many people know I have a very deep passion for cricket. My love of cricket even strongly rivals my passion for the DNA Behavior business. So, why not put the two together? That is what I have done this year by launching the Cricket DNA discovery program [...]
In my work with entrepreneurs and family business owners there are quite divergent views about whether to bring children into the family business when they are young adults, or even at any stage. Some say never and others have a desire to perpetuate the family association with the business. There are [...]
In recent months I have written a few blogs about corporate governance and business risk management. I have expressed the view that many of the corporate problems we have today are related to ineffective board governance. It has been interesting being in Europe for the past 2 weeks where this subject [...]
Today, I listened to a great presentation by Tal Ben-Shahar who teaches positive psychology at Harvard University. Interestingly, his 2 courses have been rated the most popular in the university. No wonder, he is so motivating.
The message he delivered was that if you want to change the reality of people’s lives then you need to [...]
The current financial crisis is bringing to light a huge workplace shift. For many baby boomers, they only had one career or expected to have one career. The thinking of this generation was that upon getting your qualifications you had one career – working up the ranks often in the same company. Today, it is [...]