“In the old days we did the news well. You know how? We just decided to.”—Charlie Skinner, The Newsroom This quote grabbed my attention as I watched the final episode of the HBO series The Newsroom 2 weeks ago. It has nagged at me since then. Today, I watched CBS Sunday Morning and their segment
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas! Relax. Laugh. Enjoy!!!!, Michelle
This week’s tips & tweets come from the power of perseverance. Between dream and dream-come-true, there’s the process, and you need a lot of skill, confidence and patience to stay the course! You must be driven enough to bridge the gap between dreams & reality. You need methodology, practicality & persistence to succeed. It’s the
There are many ways you give your power away in your career, often without you even knowing it. Here are 6 that leap to mind, along with solutions for avoiding the power drain: #1: You spend too much time and energy trying to change others. We all do this. We want to change our boss,
“With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts.”—Eleanor Roosevelt Consider the wise advice of the former first lady as you face this new day. Every day brings new opportunities for positive growth and change in your life—if you let it. Today could be a good day or bad day. The decision is yours.
What would you be doing differently if you had more confidence at work? Would you ask for that raise you’ve always wanted? Would you invite a cute colleague out for a drink? Would you tell a lazy co-worker he’s not pulling his weight? Or, would you finally look for your dream job—one you love and
So—we’re up to the next way you give your power away at work. To refresh your memory, here are the first 5: You spend too much time and energy trying to change others. You put all your career eggs in one basket. You allow other people to define you. You can’t disconnect and just be.
Well—once again, the holiday season is upon us and that means office and networking parties. For some, these can be a drag; for others, it’s their time to shine! Of course, you want to be the latter while having a good time too. Over the last 30+ years, I’ve attended many of these events—as an
A new episode of my Workplace Confidence TV show airs tonight at 8:00 pm, on Long Island, New York, Channel 18 Cablevision, 28 Fios. My guest is Gerry Diamond, and we discuss career change, from entering the workforce to building your network, and from interviewing with confidence to landing a new job. We’ll provide some