Reposition Your New Career

Editor's Note: This is a guest post from Art Decker of New York self storage “When life hands you lemons, make lemonade.” This occurred to me during a recent move, but I was skeptical. I was moving from Chicago, where all my friends and family lived, where all my work contacts were located, to San Francisco. San Francisco is a ...

Time Management is a Waste of Time

There are important things and then there are really important things. Know the difference. Stop getting caught up in trying to schedule every thirty minutes of your day. You know what needs to get done. The other stuff can wait. Amazing results will not happen because you have an amazingly organized schedule. Amazing results are what happens when you focus ...

An Itch You Can't Scratch

(Click here to view video at Work Happy Now) We all have itches we can't scratch. The question is...How do you deal with it? This video post discusses how to deal with your itch and figure out a way to indirectly scratch it, so you feel satisfied and ready to scratch that itch when the time is right.

Thomas Edison on Work and Money

"One might think that the money value of an invention constitutes its reward to the man who loves his work. But... I continue to find my greatest pleasure, and so my reward, in the work that precedes what the world calls success." - Thomas A. Edison

Use Failure as Your Slingshot

The greatest business people, actors, politicians, athletes, and scientists all persevere through failure in their careers before they reach a high level of success. When they do reach that point, there comes a great calm. They realize that their disappointments were some of the best moments of their careers because they used them to improve on their next move. Life ...