Over the weekend, a new commercial caught my eye. It was a PSA about mental health. Directed by Ron Howard, it depicts the impact and pervasiveness of mental health in an elegant way:
Monthly Archives: February 2012
I recently got an email which was missing something. Sure, it had my name in the top and all of the words were spelled correctly, but for some reason it just didn’t feel right. Here, I’ll include the email and you can decide for yourself: Robby, I’m heading out of town, but lets keep this […]
If you’re an American, there’s a good chance you enjoy a sharp political discussion. And considering that it’s just about always election season, it’s easy to get into these discussions at the office. So, should you talk about politics at work?
Here’s a career tip that will benefit you tremendously. Don’t eat lunch at your desk. Now, I’m not saying you need to each lunch out every day. In fact, it can be expensive to do this. I’m also not saying that you need to never eat alone, as this book recommends. Eating alone is just […]
Everybody wants to increase productivity at work. And chances are good that no matter what you do these days, you spend part of time in front a computer. For some of us, that might be a total of 30 minutes a day. Other workers spend almost the entire day typing, pointing and clicking. And if […]
This is a spin on an old comment from Benjamin Franklin. Do you work in order to live, or is the purpose of your existence work? Does your job define you? Part of the problem with work is that we feel the need to do so much of it. We can become consumed with the […]