Have you ever worked for a micromanager? It can make you question everything – yourself, your competence, your sanity. It can take a job you once loved and turn it in to one you hate. A micromanager tells you what to do – and then stands over you and double-checks every infinitesimal detail of your work, doesn’t empower you to do your work independently, doesn’t trust you. There are managers, and there are leaders. There are effective and not so effective managers. A le
Doesn’t it drive you batty when everything is disorganized? It certainly does me. I learned some ways to keep several plates spinning in the air at the same time, and I hope they’ll help you, too - - Lay out everything the night before, including clothes, shoes, packed backpack, coat, jewelry, umbrella. This is very helpful for children. Instead of asking a small child what they want to wear to school tomorrow, ask them which one of 2-3 outfits they want to wear. Laying
Ever known anyone who was callous, cruel, arrogant and couldn’t seem to care less when it hurt you?A sociopath is generally a person, usually but not always a male, exhibiting antisocial behavior.The movies have had a field day over the past several decades portraying what they thought was a sociopath, and often leaned far too heavily on graphic violence while ignoring other traits of the sociopath.A sociopath is someone who basically doesn’t seem to possess a conscience. The
1) You never go wrong by doing right. You'll know it's the right thing, because it's usually the harder thing to do. You never regret taking the high road.
2) Less relentless striving for perfection, and more push for excellence. No one can be perfect. But anyone can be excellent. Anyone can develop a perfect body, but not everyone can develop an excellent mind, brain, heart, or create a good legacy. And we always leave a legacy behind us. One way, or the other.
3) Stop b
Anyone who’s a parent will agree that raising children is some of the hardest work you’ll ever do.You are never quite sure if you got it completely right, and you can retroactively pinpoint mistakes even years later.I was a divorced, single mom for 5 years from when my daughter was in a carseat until she entered first grade, budgeting grocery shopping and often working two jobs. To this day, I can tell you about mistakes in parenting I made (and so can she).What I’ve observed