Category Archives for "Stress"

What’s good about the economic downturn? (The Top 10)

Do you notice that the media is mostly focusing on what’s bad about the economy? Every now and then, though, you get an interesting piece on what’s good. For many people it has been hard not to feel discouraged. However, one habit of a Change Artist is to reframe a challenge from many perspectives.  Be […]

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Will You Shine in 2009? (3 simple habits)

If you did these 3 small steps each day (5 minutes), you would definitely shine in 2009: 1. What’s Good? Ask yourself “What’s Good?” about challenges such as the economic downturn (e.g. It’s a chance to simplify, de-clutter and re-prioritize). This will give you a better mindset. After all, as Einstein said “you cannot solve […]

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The habits you need to cultivate

Artists of Change are those who can thrive in the new economy. They don’t just give and take orders but also move smoothly between boundaries, like the marketing wiz who understands the latest technology or the insurance adjuster who speaks four languages. Here is a summary of the top traits you need to develop to […]

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Be suspicious of change management experts

You should be suspicious because change is not the issue anymore. Unless organizations make quantum leaps now, they will be unable to cope with what’s coming.  Check back tomorrow when I will explore the habits we need to cultivate to thrive in the new Economy. We are now in The Conceptual Age Traditional Change Management […]

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