Wearing Your Character on Your SleeveOur Colorado NewsMichael Norton is the former president of the motivational and personal development training company Zig Ziglar organization and CEO and founder of www.candogo.com, a sales productivity tool that...
We are all guilty of procrastination at some point in our lives. We get caught up in other activities and put some of our most important ‘to-do’s’ on the back burner only to feel crappy about not acting on it earlier.
When you look at a set of building blocks, you might notice that each block on its own does not really amount to much. But when a whole bunch of building blocks are put together, suddenly they form something much more interesting and significant.
“There are thousands and thousands of people out there leading lives of quiet, screaming desperation, where they work long, hard hours at jobs they hate to enable them to buy things they don’t need to impress people they don’t like.” — Nigel Marsh...
More often than not, the selfish person is insecure, fearful and filled with doubt. The selfishness springs from his belief that this is his only good idea, his last dollar, his one and only chance to avoid failure.
Memo to search engines: we're smart enough to look at more than five search results above the fold. As the web has gotten more crowded, sites regularly expose us to dashboards crammed with information.
People who have trouble sleeping may be at greater risk for a variety of health problems, including being overweight and developing diabetes, heart disease or depression. Now add to the list memory problems.
Don’t like what you see in your Facebook news feed? Do the company’s algorithms that determine what you see drive you nuts? Are you missing out on important content from friends? Are you fed up with seeing what people are pinning on Pinterest?
Staying constantly motivated at work can be tough when you’re sitting in your office for eight (plus) hours a day. With all that intense and stationary work, it’s no wonder most of us leave the office feeling exhausted and depleted.
“He who knows others is wise, he who knows himself is enlightened” – Lao Tzu One of the first steps in change is awareness — understanding how and why you do things the way you do. But why is it important to know yourself?
Sometimes the most random everyday encounters force us to stop and rethink the truths and perceptions we have ingrained in our minds. These encounters are educationally priceless. They spawn moments of deep thought and self-reflection that challenge the status quo and help us evolve as sensible individuals.