It happens every January.  The “LISTS” emerge.  The ‘best and worst’ of everything from the year past.   The lists are entertaining at best – and can be dangerous at worst.

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~Shelley~ We have clients with a global footprint who operate with team members from all corners of the globe. Most use English as their universal language and for many of

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~ Shelley ~ Imagine your boss calls you and asks you to meditate as part of your job responsibilities.    What would you think?  What would you say? Most people would

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~ Judy Recently I attended a presentation by UCLA psychology professor Matt Lieberman who enlightened his audience with his new findings on social pain.  Social pain is pain experienced when

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~ Judy You may have read earlier blog posts that I’ve created about my love of John Wooden, college basketball’s greatest coach.  He was called the “Wizard of Westwood” during

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~ Judy Yu We know that habits are created with repetition and receiving some sort of reward as a result of engaging in the activity.  Even bad habits will give

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~ Judy Yu Today the Chair of the Board of the Village Theater in Issaquah (a board on which I sit) gave me a run down of the upcoming Board

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~ Judy Yu Our brain is becoming more understood each year.  Research studies are focused on the impact that happiness and positivity are playing, not only on our thoughts, but

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~ Judy Yu Daniel Coyle, author of the best seller, The Talent Code, offers a nice piece of advice in his book “The Little Book of Talent.  We all know

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Work is Personal

~Shelley Roberts From the movie, You’ve got Mail: After Joe Fox opens the box store, Fox Books, and closes down the ‘Little Bookshop Around the Corner’ owned by Kathleen Kelly….

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