In a recent study from Robert Half OfficeTeam published on Forbes, 66% of employees surveyed said they would "likely leave their job if they didn't feel appreciated.”
I just came back from a long trip from Bhutan to Bintan after visiting the Middle East where I had the pleasure of deli
Imagine, three weeks at sea, cramped like cattle in a steerage compartment, or freezing on the deck of a steamer from Southern Europe. Then through the fog, you see the statue of Lady Liberty and the skyline of New York.
If you’re a middle manager, you probably spend 35% of your time in meetings. If you’re in upper management, it can be a whopping 50%. Yet executives consider 67% of meetings to be failures. We want meetings to be engines of productivity. The reality falls short.
It is said that the two most important days of your life are the day you are born and no, not the day you die, but the day you realize why you are born. Why is the second so important? Because discovering your true purpose or calling in life connects to your inner passion for living.