Stress Management

Stay Vigilant In The Face Of The Highly Improbable

The need to remain vigilant is spoken to in the Psalms of the Bible. You will not be able to control the random variables – such is the human condition.

But, what you can be as vigilant as possible about those things that are in your control, and make a commitment to live your life to the fullest no matter what life throws at you.

Steps to organizing your stack of business cards – technology

The days of the Rolodex are out. Not too long ago, business card and other contact information about your clients were stored in a device called a Rolodex, which was a circular card holder that sat on the edge of a secretary’s desk. Today, mobile devices such as the iPhone and iPad and even PDAs have all but…

5 Steps to a Balanced Monday Morning

Tips to help the working mom balance those stressful Monday mornings.

Steps to Understanding Stress Management – from the youth perspective

Does anyone know at what age students suffer from severe stress? Young parents may say that students suffer from stress early in their age. Aged parents might say that middle school students suffer from severe stress. Still others may mention that secondary school as the period of highest stress. Let’s learn to manage stress at any age.

One Simple Step to Change Your Life Around

By Nik Halik

Ring! Ring! Ring! We’ve all heard it far too many times. Cell phones. It seems some would have to surgically get theirs removed from their ears in order to live without them. They take them to work, at home, at dinners, even in the bathroom. God-forbid they miss a call. Irritating and someone would say mildly entertaining to watch. But what if we were that type of person?

First Step to Avoid Procrastination

By Nik Halik

Procrastination is one of the biggest building blocks to success. One thing you may notice is that procrastination is similar to a viral fever and will become contagious. If you associate with a group of disempowered individuals, you may need to guard the palace of your mind.

Easy Steps To Turn Your Bad Day Around For The Better

In life, everyone experiences a bad day. Some days are good, some days are bad. But did you know you can transform a bad day into a good one?

Steps to Management Success – Step 133: You Will Get Aggravated—Plan on It


You Will Get Aggravated—Plan on It

In making decisions, many people overlook signs that indicate that their choices could be the source of major aggravation down the road. Aggravation can be a killer: it can sabotage schedules, block initiatives, monopolize valuable time, and prevent you from making the best judgments. Before making important decisions, consider the aggravation factor. Specifically ask yourself which of your options is most likely to give you a real headache?

Steps to Management Success – Step 92: Use the Release Valve as Needed


Use the Release Valve as Needed

If you’re not at least a little bit frustrated by the slings and arrows of the daily grind, you’re probably not working hard enough, too burned out to care, or are already emotionally intelligent enough to have made this rule part of your standard operating procedure. Everybody else—read on.

Steps to Management Success – Step 68: Be the Early Bird


Be the Early Bird

It’s true what they say about the early bird catching the worm. It’s been said (by Woody Allen) that 80 percent of life is just showing up, then another 10 percent may be getting there first. Beginning projects ASAP is one of the best strategies around for getting things done on time—and that’s a good thing for any professional’s reputation.

Top 5 Stress Relievers: The Best Ways To Feel Better

There are numerous ways to reduce tension and relax you can read about online or in books. Here are the 5 stress relievers I believe are most effective for the amount of work, money and time involved. Some take more practice, but there’s something here for everyone. Some can be learned in the time it […]

Easy ways to prioritize your to-do list

Are you overwhelmed by the number of tasks you need to complete and cannot seem to handle your to-do list? Read on to find out how to prioritize your to-do list.

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