Miranda Daniloff – Beyond Work Life Balance

    Miranda Daniloff, a very talented writer friend of mine, has a very clever blog called BeyondWorkLifeBalance. Miranda shares her thoughts with us in this post on re-framing the work-life conversation. If you enjoy this article, read her other posts at:...

Reflect on What You Have Accomplished

    The end of every year is a time for reflection and contemplation. Often, contemplation wins out, as we are eager to look to the new year and plan out our personal and professional goals.   Yet, I think, now that we’re in December, that reflection is more...

Flextime Can Raise the Bar on Workplace Tensions

    This has been an age-old controversy in the workplace, going back to the day when dozens of workers would sit at small desks close to each other doing the same work: Why am I doing more work than that co-worker? And, when is my boss going to do something about...

Low Cost Marketing Tips for New Businesses

  If you are in between roles consulting on a part-time basis, or reinventing as a small business owner, then you are going to have some learn some marketing strategies, if you would like your business to grow. This month, I decided to interview and share tips from...

A Victory Journal Helps You Survey Your Successes

    If you did not get the opportunity at the end of the year to sit down and think about what you accomplished in 2011, now is your opportunity.   Use the first few weeks of January to put together your Victory Journal for 2011. These victories or successes can be...

Working Alone: It’s Not as Easy as it Sounds

  As the work world changes, more of us are setting up shop and working from home. This includes those of us who are between jobs, free-lancers, and telecommuters.   There are obvious advantages to working from home, such as no commuting time and costs, controlling...