Why Some Men Pretend to Work 80-Hour Weeks – HBR

My research revealed that men were just as likely as women to have trouble with these “always on” expectations. However, men often coped with these demands in ways that differed strikingly. Women who had trouble with the work hours tended to simply to take formal accommodations, reducing their work hours, but also revealing their inability to […]

Do You Really Need to Say Thank You? – Peter Bregman – Harvard Business Review

Growing up I was always taught to say Thank You.  In business though the line seems to be blurred.  Some feel that they are great, and without one business relationships can degrade. Others feel that they are clutter.  The HBR has a great article on this. Do You Really Need to Say Thank You? – […]

What to Do When You Have to Work with Someone You Don’t Like – Peter Bregman – Harvard Business Review

We’ve all had this happen to us.  We get that one person at work that get’s under our skin and we don’t know why.  Check out the following article for a possible reason as to why that is. What to Do When You Have to Work with Someone You Don’t Like – Peter Bregman – […]

How to Stay Focused on the Important Things – Peter Bregman – Harvard Business Review

             Discipline, willpower and self-control are unsustainable. Eventually, we weaken. From: How to Stay Focused on the Important Things – Peter Bregman – Harvard Business Review.