peuterey outlet peuterey sito ufficiale giubbotti peuterey outlet peuterey outlet peuterey sito ufficiale giubbotti peuterey outlet peuterey outlet peuterey sito ufficiale giubbotti peuterey outlet woolrich outlet piumini woolrich outlet giubbotti woolrich outlet peuterey outlet peuterey sito ufficiale giubbotti peuterey outlet hogan outlet scarpe hogan outlet hogan outlet online moncler outlet moncler sito ufficiale piumini moncler outlet woolrich outlet piumini woolrich outlet giubbotti woolrich outlet hogan outlet scarpe hogan outlet hogan outlet online woolrich outlet piumini woolrich outlet giubbotti woolrich outlet

Supporting the workers of Indianapolis: Employed—Unemployed; Happy—Frustrated; Executive—Employee. All are welcome!

Headphones at Work

Lately when I visit offices, I’ve been taking a quick visual inventory of the number of people wearing headphones. What was once a total rarity has taken off in recent years. Partially this is due to the advance in computer and Internet technology. It’s now possible to listen to almost any kind of music through […]

more... »

Fri, July 15 2011 » Corporate Culture, Stress and Mindfullness » 3 Comments

Feeling Bored at Work?

All of us struggle with motivation at work. We sometimes find ourselves staring at the clock, checking the latest sports scores, or chatting with co-workers. What does it mean to get bored at work? On the one hand, it’s tempting to blame employee attitude. Of course work isn’t always exciting! That’s why you get paid […]

more... »

Mon, June 6 2011 » Career Planning and Goal Setting, Self Development, Stress and Mindfullness » No Comments

Don’t Answer It!

I have a love/hate relationship with the telephone. A ringing phone means business, but it’s also an interruption. Caller ID tells me who is calling so I can decide who to ignore, but that also means that I know that people are consciously ignoring me. Now with cellphones, I can reach people no matter where […]

more... »

Wed, May 4 2011 » Personal Organization, Technology Tips, Time Management » No Comments

Having a Personal Life

We all know that we we’re supposed to balance work and home life. We need to spend some time at the office, but we should spend time with our families as well. The problem for most of us, however, is that the lines between work and non-work are starting to blur. How do you keep […]

more... »

Wed, April 27 2011 » Self Development, Stress and Mindfullness, Success Consciousness, Work/Life Balance » 6 Comments

Sent Items and Accountability

I have to admit, I love the Sent Items folder in my email program. I keep it open all the time, with the most recently delivered messages right at the top. I keep at least a full twelve months of messages before archiving them, which might sound surprising. Why should I care about paying attention […]

more... »

Fri, March 25 2011 » Technology Tips, Time Management » No Comments

One To-Do List To Rule Them All

A friend of mine once admitted she was great at writing lists. The problem was that she had dozens of lists in different places, and never got anything done. There is an incredible temptation to try and segment our lists. After all, shouldn’t we have one for our homes and one for our careers? If […]

more... »

Sun, March 20 2011 » Personal Organization, Time Management, Work/Life Balance » No Comments