from Smart Meetings 2018. New year, new you – right? So the last thing you want to do is fall into the same pitfalls of fatigue and overall low energy. Get your eating habits right, move a little more and start this year off putting […]
Fears, “what if’s” and mental chatter about what could go wrong do nothing by paralyze us. As it turns out, research shows that worries rarely turn out as consequential in actuality. Here are eight common worries that plague far too many of us.
People make decisions every day, whether they’re aware of them or not. Some are small, like choosing the right route to work, and some are big, like figuring out which house to buy. New research shows our brains have limits and too many decisions can […]
from MultiBriefs Learning a lesson from “Cats in the Cradle”, there’s a reason you should stop checking your email when you’re not in the office – you forget to stay in the moment. And really, isn’t the present all we have? Read more…
By Michael S. Haro, Ph.D. If you are easily distracted, your level of stress likely rises with these distractions. In this state, your potential for making poor decisions and mistakes increases. Leaders and managers constantly face their share of distractions, so it’s important to know how to handle […]
There’s no denying that working in the marketing and exhibit-planning industries can be stressful. You may often find yourself working long hours and constantly having to defend the value of your work to higher-ups. Over time, this stress can lead to burnout on the job. […]