Posts Tagged "jo anne white"
Do you feel like you’re on a tightrope at times and don’t know where your relief is?
You can really get more life satisfaction and still be a loving and attentive partner, mother and career woman when you know how to de-stress.Stress [...]
When we hear about bullying taking place, our first assumption is that it’s happening to a child or youth, however workplace bullying is ever-present, and often like many other younger victims, the bullied individual suffers silently.
“You can’t wait for inspiration. Sometimes you have to go after it with a club.” ~ Jack London
Self-evolution is the ongoing process of change that allows us to recreate and create from our core. We’re powerful creators and continuously [...]
We assume that bullying is a problem that is limited to schools, playgrounds and children and youth.
However, that’s not so. Bullying has become more prevalent at the workplace and even the elderly are being bullied more often. Although the [...]
‘I’m speaking about “Creative Aging” at the PWN International Women’s Conference in August, and while preparing my presentation, I felt the need to revisit my chapter by the same name, “Creative Aging,” in The Baby Boomer’s Handbook [...]
Becoming as old as we feel isn’t a myth or an old wives tale; it’s backed by science.
How we feel and think about getting older influences how well we age and how we feel about us. It affects our health and our lives. The good news is that [...]
In an increasingly complex, volatile and challenging economy, many leaders are looking to find ways to decrease costs and increase revenue-producing projects.
The answer lies in beefing up organizational creativity. Increased creativity can [...]
Anger and violence are everywhere.
Family violence in our homes, bullying and shootings in our schools, anger on the sports field, the playground, and road rage in our cars are the chosen ways for many to solve problems. But, does it really [...]
Do women make good leaders?
Today’s focus is on not about who is a better leader. We need both male and female characteristics to lead well. Here’s why women can be top-notch leaders and managers that engage and motivate their staff.
Say no to pessimism.
“No pessimist ever discovered the secrets of the stars, or sailed to an uncharted land, or opened a new heaven to the human spirit.” –Helen Keller
Optimism is a crucial attitude to develop as a leader. When [...]
Are you able to handle life’s ups and downs?
When hardship strikes, do you have the right tools to endure?
You need resilience to be better equipped to face life’s misfortunes and unforeseen setbacks. Resilience may not be something [...]
How is your ability to concentrate and keep your thoughts on track with a specific project or venture?
Are you easily swayed by distractions like phone calls, other people who desire immediate attention or who are in calamity mode, or by your [...]
I was recently a guest on a radio show and the discussion of choice came up.
Maybe it seems too obvious or overplayed to talk about the power that choice wields in our lives, however so many of us don’t recognize how much our choices can change [...]