Five Perceptions to Make Team Members Try Harder

Guest Post by Sarah Jacobs |  At first glance, hiring employees for a company is not too difficult a task. However, if you take a closer look to what every company really needs, it might not be as easy as it looks. Yes, every company definitely needs employees to keep it up and running. But no … Continue reading Five Perceptions to Make Team Members Try Harder

New study links social media use to less gray matter in your brain

Too much Facebook = less brain cells, according to a study in the medical journal Behavioral Brain Research. The researchers did MRI scans of active 85 Facebook users. “Higher daily frequency of checking Facebook on the smartphone was robustly linked with smaller gray matter volumes of the nucleus accumbens," the study said. Nucleus accumbens are … Continue reading New study links social media use to less gray matter in your brain

My (failed) attempt to subscribe to the local newspaper

You’d think in this era of declining circulation a newspaper would jump the chance to add a print subscriber. Apparently not. I’m a bonafide news junkie. I watch TV News primarily and I’m online every day. But I still like to sit down and read the Sunday paper. There’s something about the experience that just translate … Continue reading My (failed) attempt to subscribe to the local newspaper

Is society as we know it “broken?”

66% of US thinks it is, 58% around the world agree. It’s not just you. People around the world are questioning what’s happening their world these days. In fact, More than half (58%) think their society is “broken.” 71% lack confidence in their government and even more, 81%, lack confidence in their political party. The survey, … Continue reading Is society as we know it “broken?”

Morning inspiration: 19 quick quotes on being happy

Here are 19 quick quotes to help you remember, happiness begins by looking inward: “People are just about as happy as they make up their minds to be.” — Abraham Lincoln “A man cannot be comfortable without his own approval.” — Mark Twain “Happiness is not a station you arrive at, but a manner of traveling.” — Margaret Lee … Continue reading Morning inspiration: 19 quick quotes on being happy

Life lessons: Steve Jobs commencement address at Stanford, 2005

I recently came across Steve Jobs’ commencement address to Stanford University graduates. The year was 2005. He had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, but surgery would help him live until his death in 2011. He had three important things to tell those assembled: You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them … Continue reading Life lessons: Steve Jobs commencement address at Stanford, 2005