7 Lessons You Can Use to Grow a Business That Lasts

In today’s lightning-fast consumer-driven economy, organizational loyalty often takes a back seat to bigger paycheques and higher profits. Companies rise and fall; startups are sold. The average lifespan of an S&P Company used to be 60 years in the 1950s, now, it’s down to 20. CEO’s of startups are planning their exits before they even enter the front door. That’s not you; a quick exit doesn’t interest you. Your goal is to grow a business…

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Tired? This Conversation with Dr. Greg Wells Might Help!

Fatigue affects us all. More than 43% of workers are reportedly fatigued. You are working longer hours, leading busier home lives and committing more hours on distractions from the stress of it all -binge watching Game of Thrones anyone? There is a balance to life and it seems as though we are off center. So, who is losing the battle for your time? Your faithful and reliable pillow. Surprise! In exchange for more waking hours,…

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Timesheet Anxiety: The Real Reason Employees Aren’t Submitting Time

It’s no secret that employees hate filling in their timesheet. The reasons why employees aren’t doing it may have never crossed your mind. While chasing down employees to submit their timesheet may be a stressful part of your job, have you ever considered the stress placed on an employee to fill them in? Enter, timesheet anxiety. We’ve asked some of our clients for feedback on why their employees have struggled to fill in their time….

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10 Ideas to Build Healthy Minds at Work

There’s no such thing as having a work life and home life balance anymore. We have one life, and it must balance on its own. Just like having a healthy mind at home, we also must build healthy minds at work to have a healthy and fulfilling life. Our mental health doesn’t stay at home. Mental health is the ultimate lifelong balancing act. It doesn’t discriminate whether you are at home or on the job….

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