Tag Archives: gratitude

Top 7 Self-Mastery Skills

by Larry Lipman  1. Be Real. If you’re not being real, people will know, and you compromise your integrity. Being genuine is a gift to yourself and others. 2. Be Totally Present. This is a learned skill. 3. Work on Yourself. Listen … Continue reading

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5 Ways to be a More Appreciative Leader

by Karlin Sloan “There is more hunger for love and appreciation in this world than for bread.” Mother Teresa (1910-1997); Founder Of The Missionaries Of Charity We all like to be appreciated. It feels good when someone notices our hard work. And, … Continue reading

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Celebrating Our Mentors and Lessons Learned

by Lois Zachary We must find time to stop and thank the people who make a difference in our lives.” Dan Zadra, the Founder and Editorial Director of Compendium, Inc. Easier said than done. How many times have we expressed … Continue reading

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Workplace Resilience After a Tragedy – What to do

by Karlin Sloan Right out of college I had a job at a small telecommunications company. One of the employees just didn’t seem right. He was quick to anger, slammed his fists against his desk, pushed his co-workers when he … Continue reading

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