So…Spring has officially sprung.
The longer days can be great–as long as you use them wisely! A great tip from friend Kevin Kruse, whose book 15 Secrets Successful People Know About Time Management
I really enjoyed: Set a time to leave work; then, treat it like an important appointment that you just can’t miss.
Because there will always be more to get done.
Here are the highlights from last month:
Everybody loves Tom Hanks–but he wasn’t always so popular. In this article, the multiple Oscar winner drops the best career advice you’ll hear today.
The topic of what makes up a great company culture is complex, but it really begins with this single action.
Thinking of Quitting?
This post was inspired by a young man I’ve had the privilege of mentoring over the past year or so. I was able to pass on some great advice that I received when I was his age…Hopefully it helps some of you, too.
Here’s a follow-up article to the previous one, inspired by the large number of readers who reached out with different circumstances–specifically, they hate their job. Everyone’s situation is different. But if you’re feeling paralyzed, try this.
Emotional Intelligence for Everyone
Understanding the difference between these two key qualities will help you better understand yourself–and others.
Want to make your emotions work for you, instead of against you? Here’s a short guide to getting started.
And, as most of you already know: I’m publishing my first book in Aug/Sep 2016!
That’s why I’d love to hear from you: What situations and problems are you facing, that you feel developing EQ could help with?
Please reach out through LinkedIn
, or email: email@example.com. I’ll try to respond personally to as many messages as possible. This will also help me make the book as practical and useful as possible.
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More about the book: Emotional Intelligence: How to Develop the Ultimate Skill for Everyday Life (working title) won’t be a dull, theoretical analysis of EI and EQ. Instead, I’ll show how emotional intelligence works in real life, complete with interesting (true) anecdotes to which you can relate. Additionally, I’ll provide a series of practical steps that can help you improve your own EQ development.