Speaking in public?Here are some tips from a master that was determined to learn the “secret”. Author: Guy Kawasaki. You can follow him on twitter (@GuyKawasaki) where he posts the most and best in 140 characters or less!
When I started public speaking in about 1986, I was deathly afraid of public speaking—for one thing, […]
Tomorrow (June 30) at 7:30 p.m., physician Linda Hawes Clever gives a free talk on her book “The Fatigue Prescription: Four Steps to Renewing Your Energy, Health and Life.” The event is at Kepler’s Books, 1010 El Camino Real, Menlo Park These free book events at Kepler’s are wonderful and informative. Kepler’s Books is easy […]
Work Awesome, I love the name but before you judge, check this great article is on something everyone needs to improve their ability to answer the age old question: What did I do today?
It is just like dieting, you have no hope of any weight management if you do not know what you […]
Do you have a ton of work specific acronyms? Have you ever said “Please run a TPS report?” If you want everyone to know what you are talking about, define your terms in the documents you use. It is easy to do, just build a table with the acronym in one column the definition in […]
These simple actions will help unleash your mind. This is especially useful if you are a writer or programmer and you are “stuck”. You know what I mean. The solutions won’t come to you…. Try my Top Five:
Take a 20 minute walk (don’t take your cell phone / PDA ) Clear everything off your […]
“Anyone can dabble, but once you’ve made that commitment, your blood has that particular thing in it, and it’s very hard for people to stop you.” –Bill Cosby
“Without involvement, there is no commitment. Mark it down, asterisk it, circle it, underline it.” –Stephen Covey
“It takes a deep commitment to change and an even […]
Everyone has them: PDAs, MP3 players, Blackberries, smart phones, USBs. They can be great, and they can be deadly to your company reputation. What to do? Involve your employees. As an employer you need all employees to be on board with this issue. Malware will do more than slow you down, viruses can compromise data, […]
Many companies encourage volunteering in the community. There are so many great reasons to do this: building strong ties, learning about neighborhood events, sponsoring worthy causes, giving time instead of dollars, getting your company name highlighted as a sponsor, learning new skills, and building strong teams within your company.
If you have a engaged group […]
Great advice for your employees!! June is National Safety Month.
Staying safe at work and at home is often taken for granted, but periodically taking a step back to re-evaluate habits can mean the difference between preventing an accident or having one.
Here are some facts and tips from the National Safety Council (NSC):