Risk Comfort Zone

Becoming Your Own Risk Manager

Risk is integral to build an innovative, unique enterprise, and if you are an entrepreneur, you are probably already hardwired for risk. Because risk taking is part of your verynature, maybe you don’t even recognize that it is the daring dreamer inside you that risks failure to achieve success. This is where entrepreneurs thrive, because

Empowerment in the Workplace

Empowerment in the Workplace – This Time It’s Personal

You pride yourself as a leader who nurtures an environment of support for your employees. You listen to them, encourage their creativity and independence and regularly provide opportunities for enrichment and workplace education. You understand that fostering this culture of empowerment is vital to your employees’ performance, as well as the overall success of your

Transform Perceptions

Transform Your Perceptions About Money

Success in business relies, in part, on a healthy attitude about money. There is absolutely no shame or fault in earning an exorbitant amount of money, because, when your client pays your fees or purchases your product, the money is basically your certificate of appreciation. Sometimes, however, hard-working business people are made to feel guilty


Are You Someone Who Can Go for the Win/Win?

“I’m right.” “No, I’m right.” “I said I’m right.” “No, you’re wrong. I’m right.” And so it goes, on and on. We all do it and we look so ridiculous, but we keep on doing it. What is it about us human beings that we are so sure that we have the right answer, and

personality style

What Is Your Personality Style?

Since the time of the ancient Greeks, definitive and consistent behavioral styles have been recognized in human behavior. Hippocrates noticed that each individual possessed patterns of behavior that he categorized into four personality types. Each style had its own strengths and weakness and each was necessary for the orchestration of socialized living. Behavioral styles begin


Are you a Time Manager?

I like to think of managing our time like a checkbook. You only have so much time to spend: 24 hours in each day. If you commit more than the 24 hours you are allowed, you have an overdraft. Many of us go through life making commitments that we can’t possibly keep; we overbook our