Have you ever failed? I sure have. For years, I dipped tobacco. I started when I was in 8th grade because it was the “cool” thing to do. I attempted to stop dipping at least 20 times over the years until I was able to finally kick the habit. In pondering why I had failed so
Hacking is all the rage. We are obsessed with shortcuts in our country and culture. Take this pill for this, do this 30-day program for that. The goal with hacking should be to increase our effectiveness and well-being. Instead, we use it to receive more leisure. More leisure in a culture
Are you addicted to problems? Seriously, are you addicted to problems? I ask twice because it is important to actually consider the question. The majority of people are not honest with themselves regarding questions that are inconsistent with how they desire to perceive themselves. I've said
Are you who you think you are? On the surface, the answer seems obvious. If you have not taken the time to contemplate the answer to this question with a pen and paper, there is potential that you are living someone else’s life. The majority of people see themselves through the eyes of other
Communication is the most important skill for success in project management. Keeping the team on the same page with detailed but simple communication is critical for being a top project manager.
Communication is an essential part of community and life. We communicate each day in many ways wit
One of the biggest challenges I see customers face is financial approval. Proposals are rejected most often for one of two main reasons:
Insufficient ROI – When the finances don’t add up, there is no reason for finance to approve the project. However, there migh