Archive for August, 2009
Sunday, August 30th, 2009
In the wake of the global recession we’re facing and the stress of job uncertainties around us, this is a good time for those who are with a job to stay focused and motivated to performing their tasks well. This not only helps to secure your job in the company, it also helps to give [...]
Saturday, August 29th, 2009
When you’re a cashier and there’s not a customer in sight, it’s the perfect time to chat with co-workers and take a breather, right? Susan Zasciurinskas, a 20-year-old sophomore at Cedar Crest College in Pennsylvania, doesn’t think so.
Looking back to her first job as a drugstore cashier, Susan remembers taking it upon herself to clean [...]
Monday, August 17th, 2009
Sexual harassment isn’t about being chased around the desk anymore. It’s about flirtation, subtle power plays, retaliation and, of course, text messages.
When her hotel room phone rang at 2 a.m., Megan McFeely assumed it was an emergency. Maybe a friend or family member was hurt or in trouble. Worried, she sleepily picked it up, only [...]
Sunday, August 2nd, 2009
4 Reasons Why People Do Not Reach Their Potential
My belief about potential is that all people have within them a seed for success. However, relatively few people ever realize their success potential. People possess 100 acres of possibilities, yet too many keep only 1 acre under cultivation. Robert Louis Stevenson said, “To be what we [...]