Don’t take offense that a competent-but-shy member of team keeps to himself.
An employee vexed by a co-worker’s texting needs to politely speak up or back off.
An enthusiasm for walking briskly to work in the morning has an odiferous consequence.
Defining “appropriate” dress to everyone’s satisfaction is a challenge.
Even renowned experts get nervous addressing groups but there are ways to calm yourself.
Meetings are opportunities seized through good preparation.
It takes remarkably little preparation to make a very big difference in the impression you make.
One teammate’s morning ritual is what the rest of the team dreads daily. What to do?
What might not be much of a problem at all at home can be a very big deal when you’re in a strange country.
First impressions are important but so is the impression are making day after day with your team.
If you’re still working Friday night, you might just not be managing your time very well.
Entrepreneurship is a process of taking action despite doubts until, eventually, you quite naturally don’t have so many doubts.
It’s very hard to give a presentation so good that it overcomes a bad first impression.
Nearly everybody just trying to keep their startup solvent skimps on branding and all of them would be better off it they didn’t.
Staying fed, cozy and entertained is the key to enduring all the inconveniences of travel without undue stress.
Nobody disputes the benefits of good habits but stopping what doesn’t work and replacing it with what does is a challenge.
Happiness is not a stroke of a luck, it’s the result of how we live our lives.
Even in writing, you have just one chance to make a good first impression.