More than any other time of year we add to our To Do lists. It has been said that on average women add an extra 60 activities to their lists. Many of those items are I should do’s–a sure way to add distress to body, mind and soul.
Many people who work at home are challenged to separate household activities from career and work tasks.
Tweet Our lives are filled with stress and pressure. But what is the difference? Here is an explanation from the book, Performing Under Pressure by Hendrie Weisinger and J.P. Pawliw-Fry. As they write:
Too many Americans and Canadians are walking around sleep deprived.
The mother’s curse is believing, “If I really loved my child I would . . . (you fill in the blank).” Guilt is a heavy emotion to carry and women tend to carry a big load of it.
We can turn our life challenges into inner victories.
Leadership expert and author Growing the Distance, Jim Clemmer, offers a workshop called Leading @ the Speed of Change in which he explores how people react when on the change train.
It’s important for us to embrace the traditional feminine role of caregiver as a way to demonstrate our strengths and capabilities.
Your job is to stop demeaning yourself in the middle of a comparison. As the old adage goes you can’t compare apples to oranges.
Micromanagement is a cluster of behaviors used by managers who closely observe and/or control the work of their employees. Instead of giving general instructions for small tasks and supervising larger concerns, the micromanager oversees and assesses every step.