Gone are the days where you can treat your employees like replaceable cogs that don’t have other options. Let me rephrase: Gone are the days where there are no visible consequences for […]
Core Conversations on Start Finishing: How to Find Mentors and Beneficiaries Who Work for You
Editor’s Note: This is a continuation of our core conversations on Charlie’s book Start Finishing. In our last conversation, Patricia Bravo talked about derailers. In today’s conversation, Mike Ambassador Bruny talks about […]
How Empathy Can Build Better Workplace Relationships
Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Mike Ambassador Bruny. There is an interesting dynamic that can exist between leaders and those they lead. Many employees complain about their leaders, and many […]
4 (+1) Ways to Look at "Do What You Love"
Guest post contributor Mike Bruny dives deep into 4 different viewpoints on the “Do What You Love” trend popular in today’s discussion around career planning and work.
Particularly interesting is a new(er) viewpoint about working mindfully, regardless of whether or not you’re actually doing what you love. Mike offers a fabulous question you can ask yourself when choosing your next career if you subscribe to this viewpoint.
Finally, Mike gives you a fifth option for re-thinking “Do What You Love” that ties in nicely with Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.