Perhaps you saw “Jaws.” If not, (I didn’t) here’s the story line.
Martin Brody is the police chief of Amity, an island resort town somewhere in New England. One summer morning, Brody is called to the beach, where the mangled body of a summer vacationer has washed ashore. The medical examiner tells the chief it could have been a shark that killed…
Have you noticed how knowing what to do is helpful only when it is combined with taking action?
You’ve heard it said, “Knowledge is Power.” Well, Dale Carnegie took it a step further when he wrote, “Knowledge isn’t power until it is applied.” He reminds us that if we want to achieve success in life something has to change.
“Knowledge is not power….
Heather is a valuable employee of an international beauty products company. We met for coffee to discuss a challenge she was having with work. Despite her company’s overall mission to promote harmony between people by enhancing the way we live and interact with each other, Heather wasn’t feeling the harmony in her experience with her manager.
Over the past six years, Heather…
“You know my name!”
That was the response Jennifer, in accounting, received from a frontline employee. What did she do? All she did was respond to his request with the words, “Your name is Mark, right?”
Why did Mark give such an emotional response?
“You know my name!” reveals a lot to the discerning leader of people. What do you see or hear…
The act of breaking off an engagement to be married, canceling the wedding plans, and managing gifts received is not high on any engaged couple’s list. Not only is it an expensive loss, with lost deposits and time, disengagement is emotionally painful.
According to Curt Coffman, Global Practice Leader for Q12 Management Consulting and coauthor of…
It’s a simple question. People ask it a lot at this time of the year: “Have you had your flu shot?”
“No, I think it made me sick, last year.”
“I’m healthy, no need to be vaccinated.”
“Seriously, the flu is just a cold gone bad.”
“I got one last year, I’m covered.”
These are only a few of the myths attached to…
Described as a “large, hairy, bipedal humanoid” it’s better known as Bigfoot. The story is folklore, misidentification, and hoax. Scientists consider the creature’s existence absurd; there just isn’t any physical evidence. Woodsmen and campers you can breathe easy.
Still, articles like this appear, “Read More