1. 5 Strategies for How to Balance Work and Home

    It has been said, “You are what you eat.” But in the American culture, you are what you do. In other words, that is to say what you do for a living. Consider the opening dialogue during the introduction between two people just meeting. After the exchange of names and pleasantries, usually the next question will be; “What do you do for a living?” In the American culture, we are obsessed wit…Read More

  2. How To Think Like A Leader

    The apostle Paul once said, “When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put away childish things.” Paul’s reflection clearly reveals how the process of a person’s thinking can evolve. As your responsibilities evolve from following to leading, from technician to manager, your thoughts should evolve as well. It is a good …Read More

  3. 7 Strategies for Resolving a Mess Without the Stress

    An article published in the USA Today stated that most employees today are opting to maintain a frontline position and forgo the opportunity for middle management. One reason cited was to avoid the stress. A common misnomer amongst employees today is that being a leader is synonymous with being riddled with stress. However, to the contrary, good leadership focuses on properly managing the variable…Read More

  4. How to Identify Leaders

    Success on any level by any definition is largely the result of good leadership. It is safe to say without good leadership, whether individualized or corporate, success remains elusive. Therefore, finding good leaders is paramount in order to further any good and worth while endeavor. But how do you find good leaders? Even more important, what are the indicators of potential leaders? The evidence …Read More