Training


Two Tactics to Use Daily   Recently updated !

People sometimes get overwhelmed because they have so much to do, or things they need to do are complicated. This short video addresses one simple approach to breaking things down into manageable chunks so you can more easily get things done. The simple question “How can I help?” is powerful. But, don’t take my word for it. Try it and see for yourself.


Three Keys to Controlling Emotions   Recently updated !

There are lots of things we cannot control and with all that is going on in the world right now, emotions are all over the place for some people. There are things outside our control that affect our emotions, but we do have some control over how we respond to things. This short video (less than 6 minutes) covers three things we can proactively take action on to keep our emotions in check. #emotions #emotionalintelligence #focusonwhatmatters #focus #proactivity #communication


Good News

If you don’t believe that Google has manipulated their own search algorithms to serve up what they most want us to see, try doing a search for good news. I did. You really can’t make this shit up. Google’s idea of good news starts with a hurricane, followed by some hyperbolic crap about Kavanaugh and the last of their top three results is an article about a limousine crash that killed 20 people. It’s not fake news folks. Google and every other company involved in the media and technology shows us what they want us to see. It seems that finding […]


Evaluating Your Training Plan

ADT’s recently published 2017 State of the Industry Report shows organizations have increased their investments in training, both in terms of money and time spent training. Does this ring true for your organization? If you remember just one thing from this article, make it this: Your competitors are investing heavily in training their workforce, so unless you want them to eat your lunch, you better be investing in training your people too. The State of the Industry This was the fourth year in a row these figures increased, with 2016 spending up to $1,273 per employee, up from $1,252 the […]