Vitalia Bryn-Pundyk and Julie Hill, co-founders of Inspired Thinking, offer practical advice that everyone can use for a more pleasant and rewarding work life. Vitalia, what was the motivation to form Inspired Thinking? I love telling the story of how
Many of our best-loved stories, old and new, portray characters with powers so intense that they fear to use them. Often, the plots of these stories have something to do with the protagonists discovering their powers for the first time.
When the calendar is refreshed and a new year begins, resolutions are often doled out like candy to colleagues, friends, bystanders and ourselves. A resolution is a commitment, a promise to one’s self, which is easy to declare but often
During the past season, I had spent a good deal of time bicycling with a friend of mine. This friend is an avid cyclist. He is very skillful and able ride long distances. Thankfully, he is also patient. To help
I have always found it remarkable that, throughout history, the diversity of human need has been met with a diversity of human talent. Whether it was Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell, Henry Ford, Orville and Wilbur Wright, or Steve Jobs,
There’s an old saying, “You are what you eat,” which appears to be especially applicable to leaders in the workplace. Imagine if the food you ate led to your next promotion, contract or win of any sort. Jeanette Bronee, owner
(excerpt) by David Gruder, PhD, DCEP The San Diego Padres Major League Baseball team has a long history of losing seasons. The team hired a new manager, Andy Green. It didn’t take him long to make a pivotal observation: the Padres
“You can answer a bunch of questions in a book to try to identify your purpose, but I guarantee you that it will not be as specific, it will not be as detailed and you won’t trust it as much