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We all want to be happier and healthier in the New Year, but getting there can be a bit elusive (or totally daunting). Here are a few simple (and science-backed) ways to be kinder to yourself and others in 2014. It turns out that beyond spending time on ourselves, keying in to the people around us may be an even more powerful way to get closer to a sense of happiness and well-being.
Meditate for a healthier brain
Finding that perfect job is a common New Year’s resolution. In fact, a recent study by Right Management, a firm specializing in global talent management solutions, indicates that 83 percent of the North American working population may be searching for a new job in 2014.
What’s the last New Year’s resolution you actually kept?
If you’re better than us and have cut down on your spending, effectively managed stress, or lost ten pounds and actually used that gym membership, than you need not read any further.
For the rest of us, we’re going to try and make things a bit more manageable.
It’s that time again when everyone makes a few bold predictions for the year to come. This year, Google’s executive chairman Eric Schmidt is joining in on the fun.
In an interview with Bloomberg TV about 2014 trends, Schmidt highlighted the growing importance of big data for businesses and the rise of personal genetics. But the key trend, according to Schmidt, boils down to one word: mobile.
Read the source article at Mashable
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Posted by Jamie Notter on Dec 30, 2013 in Business, Culture, Featured, Leadership, Strategy, Strengths, Talent, Transparency | 0 comments
It’s hard to be opposed to the idea of corporate values. What could be wrong with a company doing a quick off-site to develop a lofty and admirable values statement that can be distributed on posters and cute little wallet-sized laminated cards?
Have you ever met a person, come across an idea, or found a resource that was precisely what you needed at exactly that moment in time?
These “happy accidents” bring us surprise and joy. But more than that, they are essential to moving us forward as leaders and learners.
Serendipity powers the social web. Tools and technologies are being created every day to increase our chances of “bumping into” something or someone we aren’t expecting, but greatly need.