Want to finish this year strong? The Five Friends share ideas to help you end 2016 on a high note and get 2017 off to a great start.
Most of the talk about New Year’s Resolutions is just that – talk. Despite all of our good intentions, most people won’t achieve their goals for the coming year. Research released by the University of Scranton Psychology Department reports that only 8 percent of Americans are regularly successful in achieving [...]
The end of the year is always hectic. You are wrapping up last minute obligations, projects, and probably gifts. Spending time with family and friends is, no doubt, on your To Do list. And, you may be thinking about and planning for all that you want to achieve in the [...]
From Joe Calloway: Here’s advice that I’m giving myself for 2016. You can partake of it as you see fit: Lighten up. My family is healthy and happy and we’re all together. In light of that, any “problems” that I might have are trivial. Listen to and think about what [...]
Joe Calloway Spend more time with your kids. Nothing but good can come from it. Stop waiting for someone else to “fix it.” Go fix it yourself. Read more books. Watch less TV. Have that conversation you’ve been avoiding. Don’t waste time with people you can’t stand. Stay in touch [...]
From Larry Winget Mine should be called what I relearned this year: Time spent with friends is worth every minute and every dollar invested. A few days, a few bucks, a few great meals, some good whiskey, along with some lies and laughs will do wonders for you. Time spent [...]
Most of the talk about New Year’s Resolutions is just that – talk. Despite all of our good intentions, most of us won’t achieve our goals for the year. Research released by the University of Scranton Psychology Department reports that only 8 percent of Americans are regularly successful in achieving their resolution. 49 percent achieve occasional success, and 24 percent are never successful. So in other words, the odds are stacked against you even if you set a goal for the New Year
We’ve been doing annual business and workplace predictions for our clients since 2005. This year we are sharing them with a broader audience. We’ll begin with a review of our 2010 predictions. Here’s are the five predictions we made going into last year: • Politics will continue to trump leadership.