May 31, 2012

How Many Hours Do We Need to Work to Be “Productive?”

“Work is no longer a place; it’s a state of mind. It’s become less about when I turn off the office lights and more about when I turn off (at least mentally) the inbox.” Christa Carone, Chief Marketing Officer, Xerox Is the private life dead? When you hired me, did  you buy my evenings, weekends and holidays? Now that you can […]
February 15, 2012

Reclaiming the Power of Your Intuition Part 2

“The first step is intuition and it comes with a burst.” Thomas Edison Born in 1847, Thomas Alva Edison wasn’t a particularly bright child. He was intensely curious and started conducting experiments from the time he was a child. His entire schooling consisted of three months (fortunately his mother was a teacher).  When he was a teenager, an injury nearly […]
July 21, 2011

Your Vacation State of Mind

Everything is a state of mind. Your vacation, whether you are hiking, lying on a beach, stting at an outdoor cafe in France or simply “staycationing” at home with a good book reflects your state of mind.  Generally we tend to think of a vacation based on the externals – amount of time we have off from work, our budget, […]
December 30, 2010

Stepping Out of the Time Famine

“Many of life’s puzzles can be resolved by simply understanding our own time perspectives and those of others.”          Philip Zimbardo, Social Psychologist   As another year ends and we watch the clock countdown to a new year, we have another opportunity to think about the role of time in our lives.   But this isn’t a post about time management or adding […]
August 23, 2010

Stop Driving Yourself to Distraction: Reclaiming Your Sanity

“We live in a moment of history where change is so speeded up that we begin to see the present only when it is already disappearing.”                                                                     […]