Managing Our Aging

Physical change is present throughout our lives and it’s up to us to manage it.  Our bodies grow and mature into our twenties and thirties.  In our thirties and forties our bodies begin to show signs of wear and tear depending what we did in prior years.  In our fifties and sixties we can get… Read More

Warm Relationships Are Key

“Financial success depends on warmth of relationships and, above a certain level, not on intelligence.” source: Wikipedia, Grant Study I recently watched the TED talk given by Robert Waldinger on “What makes a good life? Lessons from the longest study on happiness.” One of the key things he points out is how important relationships are… Read More

Finding Our Serenity

How we respond, not react, to the issues presented to us determine how well we resolve it. Last week the doctor working with my daughter called my wife who was on travel for work.  In the call she communicated our daughter has a tumor with hardly any more information. Rightly so, my wife called me… Read More

Profit comes when the job is done right.

“Profit comes when the job is done right.”  This idea came up during a discussion with a friend of mine about facilitating a paradigm shift at work.  When a company is focused on profit, project centricity becomes primary.  This is natural as project management is critical to managing earned value in the quest to maximize… Read More