Anxiety, Stress, and the Analogy of the Shoes

I read somewhere that people who regularly run marathons take very seriously the weight of their shoes. Whatever way that they could reduce every ounce of material without losing the integrity and support of the shoe, they would do it.  But why? What does an ounce matter to the powerful muscles in a runner’s legs? […]

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How To Get Practical Leadership Advice From Marriage Therapy

We hear people joke that they are married to their job. They spend nearly all of their time at work or working from home, and think of little else outside of their duties. We may laugh at the concept of being betrothed to your place of employment, but there is some truth to the intimacy […]

Inspiring Words: Brené Brown shows what you need to know about empathy

This week I want to share with you one of my favorite scholars. The author of 2  #1 New York Times Bestsellers, and 7 published works in all, BrenĂ© Brown is a professor at the University of Huston Graduate College of Social Work where she completes research to further her understanding of authenticity, leadership, shame, and […]

The Top 7 Mistakes Employers Make When Hiring New Staff

Accepting that there is a problem is the first step on the road to recovery. When a company realizes their hiring process is an issue, acceptance is the first step to fixing the problem. Here is a list of 7 common mistakes that companies make when hiring new staff.   1. Hiring with one position […]