12 Steps to Strategically Balancing Your Life and Work

A healthy work/life balance is probably something you really want to achieve, but it’s getting harder and harder in this modern world.  The good news is that you can use your professional strategic skills to get some balance back into your life. Here’s how in 12 easy steps. Log Your Time Maybe you’re used to tracking your time for billing …

Thinking Small to Go Big

Did you know that only eight percent of people reach their goals? That’s right! The other 92 percent fail within weeks or months. According to researchers, what differentiates the two comes down to one simple thing: setting specific and challenging goals. However, this doesn’t mean you should try to do everything at once. In fact, trying to reach the stars …

How is your career mojo?

How is your career mojo? Navigating a return to work after a long absence can be daunting, especially if it requires securing a new position. Typically, most people rely on networking as a common strategy. However, with so many workers, managers, and leaders furloughed or laid off, the competition can be fierce. Add to that bias about long-term unemployment, and …

The Curse Of An Unfocused Mind

It’s hard to keep a focused mind Have you ever had important things to do, but you just couldn’t make yourself do them?  Sometimes it’s simple procrastination, but that’s not the only explanation that applies when you’re resisting your work. There can be a huge variety of reasons that are preventing you from taking the action you know you should …

What is Behavior-Based Goal Setting?

When we think of goal setting, we usually think of goals that envision a specific outcome. Some examples include: Lose 20 pounds. Increase income by 10%. Buy a larger house/newer vehicle. Run a marathon. Save money for college. Of course, these are just a few of the more common goals that people set for themselves. But what if we based …