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Health Warning: If Your Workplace Lacks This 1 Thing, Quit ASAP
Almost exactly two years ago, I had open heart surgery. They sawed my rib cage open, peeled it back, stitched and reconnected things, bolted me back up. I was immobile for three weeks and didn’t feel halfway normal for six months. It was a hideous experience but, all things considered, was better than the alternative, which was being dead.
What does this have to do with the workplace? Bear with me. Turns out I had none of the behaviors that lead to heart disease. I wasn’t overweight, I had good diet, took reasonable exercise, didn’t smoke, and so forth. What I did have, however, was a lot of workplace stress…
Five Books To Get Ahead: Building Resilience
As human beings, we like to feel in control of our lives. The reality is so much of life is dictated by chance. Sometimes good luck comes our way and sometimes it’s the opposite. Resilience is the ability to cope and recover from difficult situations. It’s a skill well worth developing, especially in this world of increasing speed and complexity that we live in. The below books will teach you the key strategies for how to overcome any hardship – whether professional or personal….
|Kevin McCord | NYC on Thriving After a Loss: Buildin…|
|Kevin McCord | NYC on 5 things that resilient teams…|
|Jelenko Dragisic on How to be resilient|
|Kevin McCord | NYC on How to be resilient|
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