By Ryan Bradshaw
Faculty member, Retail Management at American Public University
Do you ever have those moments when you stop and question your direction in life? Moments where you stop and say, “I wish I had known that so I could have avoided this issue” or “I wish I had known this so I could have taken advantage of this opportunity.”
I’m certain everyone has those moments. Jim Rohn has said that you become like the five people you hang around the most. So, if you hang around with four broke people you’ll more than likely be the fifth. In contrast, if you hang around winners, victory will manifest in your life.
By Kerry Hannon
Boredom is often at the root of unhappiness at work. So take a single step toward modifying what’s getting you down. Challenge yourself to look for one area that would give you more joy at work and then make it happen. If you persistently add worth to what you bring to the job, chances are your boss will notice and reward you for it.