Archive for the ‘Dysfunctional Workplace’ Category

Overwhelm is a decision

Monday, July 26th, 2021

Don’t you love to put a long list of things together to begin the week or at the beginning of the day, so that you can check them off as you get things done?

Yes, there’s great joy in accomplishment.

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Creating real value?

Monday, June 21st, 2021

Ask yourself this question: What action could you take today to demonstrate excellence or real value? It’s a question worth thinking about every day.

I know many people set intentions of how they’re going to go about doing things.

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Stop saying “But you said”

Monday, May 24th, 2021

What one person says is often not what another person hears. Why is that? It’s because communication is challenging, and the communication from one person’s lips to somebody else’s brain rarely stays intact. One person can say one thing, and the other person listening can genuinely hear something else.

If you have six people all listening to the same person speaking, you’ll often have two or three different versions of what was heard. It’s important to become the person who says “what I heard was” instead of “what you said was.”

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Overwhelm is a Decision

Friday, March 5th, 2021

Don’t you love to put a long list of things together to begin the week or at the beginning of the day, so that you can check them off as you get things done?

Yes, there’s great joy in accomplishment.

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Can You Forgive Me?

Friday, February 26th, 2021

Did you ever do something kind of stupid?

And did you ever want to be forgiven as a result of that disaster?

Yeah, I think we’ve all been in that place, and so has everyone else.

When you work with other people, you have to know that they’re going to make mistakes.

They’re going to sometimes say things that hurt you.

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