This section focuses on personalities who have made a difference in the world, inspirational quotes, motivational sayings, interviews with experts, and insights on success. Our data will also explore topics ranging from meditation to happiness to positive thinking to coping with life challenges.
This is the second blog in a series that looks at whether we have control over our attitudes, how difficult it is to use the control we do have, and how to manage our attitudes effectively.
Dr. Deb Bright explains the difference between Attitude and Mood. She also provides helpful hints for dealing with a bad mood.
Bob Austin explains how attitude is everything in this article. He demonstrates, using a real-life case study, how flexibility, innovation, and consideration for others can help overcome unexpected challenges.
Bob Austin reflects on his life in this thought-provoking essay and emphasizes the value of matching personality and profession. A must-read for anyone at the junction of choosing a career or considering a career change.
98% of managers believe it is important to be open and receptive to criticism, but that's easier said than done. tippinsights author Deb Bright presents four guidelines in this Harvard Business Review article to help you deliver criticism that your employees will listen to and appreciate.
How to create a clear separation between work and home? The strategies described in this Harvard Business Review article by tippinsights author Deb Bright were effective for 68 percent of managers. You might want to give them a shot and let us know what you think!
Bob Austin illustrates doing more with less on Buckminster Fuller's spaceship earth with three real-life examples.
Dr. Deb Bright, a leading success coach for CEOs, presents here important concepts from her latest book, The Pro-Achievement Principle, in this first of a series. You, too, can benefit from her knowledge and become a Pro-Achiever!
Elon Musk teaches the value of focused attention and the determination that failure is not an option.
Everything we do has consequences. Bob Austin introduces Buckminster Fuller and his concept of Spaceship Earth and how it can help us if we keep the idea in mind and weigh what we can do against what we should do.
Here's a quick primer on the great mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan, "the man who knew infinity," as well as a few life lessons we can take from him.