Archive for the ‘Workplace Performance’ Category

Close enough is rarely good enough

Monday, April 26th, 2021

When I graduated from college to start my first job, one of the things that I had to learn was how to be accurate. In college, they let you get by with things. You don’t have to check your work. If you are close enough, that’s good enough.

But I discovered very quickly in that first job that people count on everything we do being 100% accurate. That was a brutal new reality for which I wasn’t the least bit prepared.


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.


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.


Power Behind Your Purpose

Friday, February 19th, 2021

There is power in knowing your purpose.

Now listen, you don’t have to go on a trek up a mountain in order to figure out your purpose.

Sometimes the clues are all around you in the little things that are happening.  Observe.


Love on Wheels

Friday, February 12th, 2021

The Dalai Lama says that happiness is a habit.

What if you could be “love on wheels”? What if you could be the person who is always happy, regardless of the circumstances?