In: work

Sick of Vacation
September 29, 2012

Hard working professionals go on vacation and immediately get sick. This doesn’t happen just once, it is regular and reliable. What…

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Performance Anxiety
September 23, 2012

Fear of public speaking and performance anxiety are very common things. Probably almost all of us have had the experience of…

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Night Shift
September 8, 2012

A young ER doctor came in to see us because he works the night shift, and found that he was having…

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Stress, Distress and Eustress
August 19, 2012

We met this afternoon with a delightful young man who said he was having more anxiety and depression because of all…

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Dealing with Perfectionism
July 28, 2012

Society puts a premium on perfection, for good reason. Perfection fascinates and inspires. I am particularly drawn to the symmetry and…

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Impossible Jobs
July 21, 2012

In this world, there are two kinds of jobs: Jobs that one could perhaps do adequately, and jobs that are impossible….

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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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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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The Super Mood Stabilizer
June 14, 2012

The Super Mood Stabilizer From time to time we run across people who seem to do everything wrong, in terms of…

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Successful Job Hunting
June 13, 2012

No we aren’t going to offer suggestions about how to find your next job (although there is a link below to…

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