5 Signals a Nurse Has Chronic Hip Pain

My massage client was frantic. The severe hip and low-back pain wouldn’t stop. She was finding it impossible to work. But like many medical professionals, she has to. Her and others have another common problem: They saw a team of doctors with no concrete answers. This is how it can go with chronic hip pain. […]

8 Stressors to Avoid Working from Home

Working from home isn’t easy. You get to avoid commutes and workplace triggers. If you’re not careful, these eight stressors will drive you nuts, working from home. 1. Time Stress You’re working from home. But you still have a job to do. You’re not exempt from being on time. Avoid the stressor of creating unnecessary […]

How to Deal with the Stress in Your Relationships

Several years ago I was reading a book. The title grabbed me so a I bought it. Stephen Covey’s “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” showed me the way to better business and personal relationships. Over time I learned this tip did something else in my relationships… It lowered the stress. Today, I want […]

The “Workplace Stress Lies”

Have you discovered the “workplace stress lies?” Each one is designed to stop you from having the peace you need at work. After working with high-stressed professionals for 24-years, I have learned what they are. For the first time I’m sharing them with you. My goal is to help you to relax, get more done […]

Sales Pros: Do You Care About This?

When I sold advertising products for publications I was under the gun. Each month I had a to hit a number. Hitting or missing that number determined my level of performance. Was a I “bringing home the bacon” or not? Sales Professionals have to endure something else. How often it happens can cause an ironic […]

Why Speed “Kills” in Work Injuries

One day at a retirement home a Nurse runs towards a client’s room. She got an alert the client fell. She reaches the open door and dashes through. One problem; she didn’t see the puddle of water, first. She fell and landed on her back. At work speed is an epidemic for professionals. The “speed” […]

Are You Managing These as an Accountant?

According to CareerBuilder.com CPA’s can work 60-80 hours, per week during tax season. Believe me I get it. My CPA is a workhorse and manages her time like guards at Fort Knox. But there’s something else you may not be managing. Not doing so can lead to… *Tension-type headaches affecting your concentration and accuracy when […]

Attention Accountants: Why It’s Time to “Wage War” on Your Stress

You may not have read about it in the “Journal of Accountancy.” It’s possible it wasn’t mentioned in the “The CPA Journal.” But it was briefly mentioned in “Accounting Today.” According to this leading publication for accounting pros, 48% of Accountants shared they’re stress is increasing, due to their work. If you’re a hard-charging, get-it-done-right […]

How to Hold Onto Your H.O.P.E.

As the Coronavirus affects lives it affects something else; hearts and minds. I was at the grocery store yesterday and was amazed. People were so afraid of each other it was…SCARY! I have never seen people avoid each other like they did on that day. It got me thinking about a critical concept. Something we […]

Overcome Your F.E.A.R.

Looking at the numbers the COVID-19 virus looks overwhelming. If you check the CDC website, things may look bleak. The “facts” are everywhere. Some are true and some aren’t. In our local grocery stores where I live the shelves have been emptied of certain items. Toilet paper, meat and dairy products just to name a […]