Are Video Games Creating Productive Members of Society?

Let’s be honest video games have a bad reputation. Depending on who you ask, you may get answers like they rot your brain, they make people aggressive, or they contribute to the incessant need for instant gratification that seems to plague all young people. Their reputation has gotten so bad that mentioning you’re an adult… Read More

Don’t Turn Ant Hills into Mole Hills – 3 Simple Steps to Help Manage Conflict

We all experience conflict. Whether it is in a relationship, at work, or with yourself personally. Conflict is something none of us can escape. It’s another factor of life, of being an adult, and just the way of the world. Disagreements will happen, misunderstandings are exchanged, and miscommunication can take place no matter how thorough… Read More

Leveraging the Power of Personality in Business: Part Three

Welcome to part three of Leveraging the Power of Personality in Business. If you’re not familiar with the DISC assessment, or need a recap, check out the first part of my series to refresh your memory. Part 3 of this series will be especially helpful to sales professionals, but will still create a huge advantage… Read More

Listening or Hearing

Many people would describe listening and hearing as synonymous. Merriam Webster defines hearing as “the process, function or power of perceiving sound.” They also define listening as “the ability to hear something with thoughtful attention.” Out of these two definitions, there is a winner when it comes to a business setting.  Listening is the better… Read More