In: strategy

The Facts are Friendly
May 8, 2013

We have found ourselves wrestling with a couple of situations where patients seem to be trying to help us come to…

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WorkSurfing
February 21, 2013

The New York Times recently published an intriguing article entitled “Relax, You Will Be More Effective.” It arrived at just the…

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To Tell or Not – Part 2
December 6, 2012

In another post, we talked about the question of whether or not to tell friends and family about the challenges of…

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Productivity: Hiding Things You Have to Do
September 14, 2012

The key to being productive (and managing anxiety) is using tools to keep track of things that you have to do……

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Mood and Reality: Mood’s Ability to Shape Perception and Interactions
August 24, 2012

We have been thinking for a while about how mood powerfully creates our reality. And how hard it is to hold…

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Reward the Effort
August 23, 2012

Why is it so hard to make positive changes in our lives? A woman we have been working with came in…

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Dynamic Balance
August 16, 2012

We were talking to a young woman trying to figure out how to maintain more of a balance in her life. She…

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Negotiation: How to Deal With Conflict
July 4, 2012

Some of the best ways of dealing with conflicts in relationships, whether business or personal, are contained in the books about…

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Acceptance: Helpful Readings
June 22, 2012

Aacceptance. We have been influenced by many people in setting up this website. One of those great thinkers is a man…

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Getting Where You Want to Go: Remembering Priorities and Problem-Solving
June 21, 2012

Successful time management is in large measure all about starting with the big things. This is how you go about almost…

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The Practice of Tacking: How to Get Going
June 16, 2012

Sometimes it is important to get going. We generally think that it is wise to have a clear idea of where…

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