Haden writes that happiness can be achieved easier by subtraction–removing some of the bad habits that keep you from truly enjoying your work and your life:
You may have noticed lately that people are increasingly on edge. Blame it on the stress of working in a highly competitive workplace. Or blame it on a sluggish economy where people think no job (specifically theirs) is safe.
No matter how you look at it, tough times bring out the worst in people. This is most evident in the fact that workplace bullying is on the rise.
Chances are, at one time or another, an employee will make contact with aggressive co-workers. It is only reasonable to be prepared, if found bullied at work.
If you are bullied work, what is the right thing to do? Continue reading
There has been a lot of talk about obesity rates in the United States; on the average, America has been gaining weight. It certainly is useful to limit nutritional intake, exercise and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
However, obesity is not the biggest killer in the U.S. That dubious honor goes to cigarettes. Continue reading
Your world can be a hectic and frustrating place, but it doesn’t always have to be so. There are many ways—some quite simple—to keep you properly centered and grounded when life seems out of control. Continue reading