January 26th, 2012 // 10:14 am @ M.H. Nicholas
how to get your boyfriend back I was lucky to be interviewed by L. Greg Voisen, an author and scholar on the subject of personal growth and balance. Greg’s blog/podcast, Inside Personal Growth, Awakening the Wisdom Within, is pretty awesome – loaded with information and interviews. Greg strives for more virtue in the world, and [...]
January 24th, 2012 // 5:13 pm @ M.H. Nicholas
I am pleased to announce the publishing of my article on politics in the family business. It is called the Politics of No Politics: 3 Ways to Avoid Politics in the Family Business, a discussion get your boyfriend back of how politics invades even the most friendly of atmospheres. The article was published on BusinessZenBlog. [...]
September 30th, 2011 // 12:19 pm @ mdbrand
Everyone negotiates. Like it or not… you do too. We talk with our friends about what restaurant we will go to when we get together. Unless everyone wants to eat the same exact thing, and they never do, we are negotiating. We negotiate with our family when we talk about who will run an errand, [...]
September 3rd, 2011 // 9:33 pm @ M.H. Nicholas
You should pay attention to the way businesses think (in general) when they fill positions. When it comes to filling positions with people who are unemployed, businesses assume a greater risk than normal (although these risks are always present).
May 23rd, 2011 // 12:36 pm @ M.H. Nicholas
Some people consider it their moral imperative to tell people the unadulterated truth. Over-honesty, however, is as much (or more) a sickness as the sickness suffered by the pathological liar – although the liar may have more career upside potential. Being an “honest” person does not mean imposing a blunt truth, but rather conforming to the general conversational characteristics that embody conversational etiquette.
March 29th, 2010 // 5:33 pm @ M.H. Nicholas
avoid becoming frustrated as the tone of dialog and culture changes. The reality is that all things, including kindness, ebb and flow, and your frustration can be debilitating. Avoid being kind for kindness sake, but rather utilize your kindness with a keen sense of awareness. And do not fall victim to others’ kindness so as to be blind to the best choices and options – or otherwise deterred from best expressing and selling the things that you believe are most important.