Tag: Attitude

Regardless Of The Title Of Anyone You May Be Dealing With, Respect the Person

It’s obvious that throughout the workplace relationships exist, reflected in how we interact with one another.  The success of the organization is based on how smoothly those interactions function.

One of the general components of how relationships function in the workplace is the interlocking of the technical aspects and responsibilities of those relationships, for instance, from boss-to-subordinate, or colleague-to-colleague, laterally.

The other component is the professionalism which guides or serves as the foundation for that technical interaction. Professionalism,…


Is Your Definition Of Confidence Holding You Back Or Pushing Your Forward?

There are many interpretations of what confidence might be, but there is one misconception that exists in the connection between confidence and insecurity:  Many believe that a confident person does not have insecurities, but the truth is this is false.

To support that that belief is a falsehood, one interpretation of confidence states it is merely a reflection of the knowledge and understanding which a person has in themselves. So someone can be sure of what they…


Yes, Don’t Dwell On The Past. But Do You Get What You Didn’t Get?

Assessment and reassessment of one’s performance is key to growth, development and success.  But that review process should not only be limited to what we are doing or have been doing, or achieved.

What about those things which we didn’t achieve?

Have you ever gone for something or desired something that didn’t work out?  Did you ever interview for a job or volunteer for a project that went another way or was given to someone else?

Maybe you got…


Are You Their Leader Or Are You Their Leader…For Today?

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders demonstrate the phenomenon perfectly of how the criteria for a leader might shift so drastically.

Their backers, up until Trump and Sanders’ latest appearance on the national stage, would have traditionally backed other candidates in these respective parties, seeking those whose message aligned and reconciled closest to their own concerns, but it has now taken angered, outright disappointment, and calls for drastic action in both ideologies to build…


The Example You Set Is Powerful, So “Be The Change You Want To See”

“Be the Change You Want to See in the World.” – Mahatma Gandhi

The first time I had heard (or seen) this saying was soon after I had graduated college when a friend had carved it into the dirt that caked my car. My friend had taken it upon herself, deep in the thoughts of recent experiences in the Peace Corps, to share some Ghandi insight with me…and my Chevy Beretta.

This simple quote is…


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