Toss Toxic Relationships

Posted by on Jan 1, 2017 in Success!Ezine For You

Toxic relationships getting on your nerves? Toss them! You may have lots of cool folks in your business and social networks, but they can have issues. When they start causing problems for you, it’s time for them to go. Take stock of whether friends and associates are boosting or busting your success to ensure that…

Abandon Arrogance

Posted by on Sep 1, 2016 in Success!Ezine For You

Think you’re hot stuff? You may be, but don’t get too full of yourself. No one wants to be around an arrogant blowhard, so come down to earth. Kick your inflated ego to the curb. Stop Acting Superior To Others When you outrank others in job position, education, income, or social status, you may look…

Are You A Slacker?

Posted by on Aug 1, 2016 in Success!Ezine For You

Workplace slackers can be found in all types of businesses, organizations and industries. They put forth minimal effort and barely earn the salaries they collect each payday. Their poor work attitudes and behaviors are contagious, causing colleagues to resent being the only employees working hard so, before you know it, everyone is coasting! Are you…

Rein In Resentment

Posted by on Jul 1, 2016 in Success!Ezine For You

It’s easy to become mired in resentment about the mind games and politics that go on in the workplace. But sporting a sour puss and cussing everyone out is a sure formula for disaster – usually yours. Don’t create problems for yourself. Think Before You Speak You may take pride in being one to tell…

Set The Example: Help Your Workforce Unplug

Want to reduce workforce stress? Allow your employees to unplug when they’re “off duty!” It’s become almost impossible for anyone to escape work when they’re on their own time and, like most employers, you probably expect staff to tend to your business 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. But you’re contributing to stress…

Scrap Workplace Power Struggles

Posted by on Aug 1, 2015 in Success!Ezine For You

The fastest way to derail your success at work is to make a habit of getting into power struggles with folks. It may make you feel good to lock horns with people, but expect to suffer negative consequences for doing this – both from the person you’re sparring with, as well as others around you.…