In December, I was honored to be interviewed for the Honolulu Star Advertiser's Akamai Money section, which seeks to answer questions about business in Hawaii.
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In Step #1 last week, we discussed how to “find your smile!" Today, we venture into Step #2....
I recently stumbled across a very interesting documentary on NetFlix, called “Happy,” which takes the viewer on a journey from the swamps of Louisiana to the slums of Kolkata in search of what really makes people happy.
“Everything is created twice, first in the mind.”
Happy people make good leaders. Unhappy people make poor leaders. Bold statements but I believe there is much truth embedded in them.
Many believe that the number 13 brings bad luck. So, let’s look at 13 things we can do as leaders to “flip” 2013 into a very lucky year!
My final installment on generational issues concludes with my own generation, known as the Baby Boomers....
The next installment on our segment on generational issues brings us to Generation X....
I get a lot of questions about generational differences in today’s workforce. Many express frustration at the behavioral patterns they observe and find it difficult to relate to people older or younger.
Deb and I just got back from a three and a half week trip to Guam, Saipan, and Japan. Most of the time was spent teaching, with occasional breaks for fun and time with friends. On the last leg of our trip, we spent nine days in Tokyo.
Japan is a fascinating country! Everywhere we went, there were valuable lessons on leadership and service.