Take Responsibility

Sometimes we want someone else to take control so we don’t have to…it’s easier to have another person run things. That also means we don’t have to shoulder the responsibility of accepting consequences if things go wrong. Yet while that may feel tempting, in the end we must take responsibility for what we do, both… Read more »

Wellness for Healthcare Professionals

The old saying, “Physician, heal thyself” has some definite merit to it. If healthcare professionals want to do the best they can for their patients, they need to take care of themselves first…and their own health too often goes by the wayside as they push themselves to help others. Focusing on your own well-being puts… Read more »

Could Cross-Generational Mentoring Benefit Your Employees?


The 2015 movie The Intern with Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway is about a 70-year-old widower who, after retirement, decides to get back into business by taking an internship at an online fashion company. Along the way we see some of the typical stereotypes of him bringing his briefcase to work complete with fountain… Read more »

Networking for Relationships (Not for a Number of Connections)

Have you ever had someone reach out on LinkedIn and see they have 500+ connections? Does that really mean that person knows over 500 people? Does he interact with all of them? What’s the point of collecting connections like seashells or novelty matchbooks? What does it get you? Next time you want to reach out… Read more »