Peak Work Performance Summit Special Offer: Bring Work to Life Sample Chapter + Discount

Peak Work Performance Summit Special Offer: Bring Work to Life Sample Chapter + Discount

Thank you for taking part in the Peak Work Performance Summit! For your free sample chapter from Bring Work to Life by Bringing Life to Work, click here. And for a discount of 37% on orders of 10 or more books, contact Jill@bibliomotion.com and mention the Peak Work Performance Summit. Best wishes in bringing your work to […]

Stop Overparenting: How to Relax

Stop Overparenting: How to Relax

We parents regularly agree and discuss ‘how fast the time goes’ and how fleeting our moments are with our children. But I was talking with a new dad recently and he said that sometimes he wishes the time would go a bit more quickly – during those sleepless nights or those clueless days of new […]

When it Pays to Lose: The Value of the Stretch

When it Pays to Lose: The Value of the Stretch

The indoor soccer session is complete and our team’s record is 0-8. The team lost every game, but it was a great season nonetheless. Actually, it was a fabulous season because of the stretch. Through a fluke in the rules, our boys were playing against men (think: facial hair, grown-up swagger, and serious girlfriends in […]

In Heaven, Socks are Optional

In Heaven, Socks are Optional

Posted by on Nov 15, 2015 in Change, Life, Men, Work-Life Integration | No Comments

Sean O’Brien* never wore socks. It was his trademark. He was in sales and no matter how big the client or how important the deal or how influential the decision maker, Sean did not wear socks. His sock-less-ness was a badge of honor and a mark all his own. It was one of the ways […]

How to Maintain Work-Life Integration as a Solopreneur – Asked and Answered

How to Maintain Work-Life Integration as a Solopreneur – Asked and Answered

This question was submitted as part of the Limeade Summer Reading Club where the group is reading Bring Work to Life! and virtually discussing work-life. Here’s the detail: As a solopreneur/entrepreneur, how do I maintain work-life integration? A lot of people launch their own business – whether on their own as a solopreneur or running a business […]

On Being Wonder Woman

On Being Wonder Woman

My cousin and his wife have one of those families that is really, really cute. We keep up on Facebook, so I’m always in the know about their latest activities. They are engaging and funny and real and seemingly have the best little family life ever. Iain is entering preschool and loves the drums. Ava […]

Navigating the Great Loop of Work and Life: Relaxing into Uncertainty

Navigating the Great Loop of Work and Life: Relaxing into Uncertainty

Taking a year off and circumnavigating the waterways of eastern North America isn’t the typical path to renewal, but for Mary Ellen Kettelhut it has marked a sea change in her perspectives on life, and work, and what really matters. For those who don’t know, the Great Loop is a boating voyage undertaken by about […]

What the Beatles Teach Us about Work-Life

What the Beatles Teach Us about Work-Life

The Beatles were before my time. Even so, last month we saw them in concert. A group of 50-something men wearing wigs, playing guitars and drums, and performing as the Beatles. They were good. Quite good in fact. The whole audience thought so (with the possible exception of my teenage children who rolled their eyes […]

A Rising Tide Raises All Ships: Charting an Entrepreneurial Course

A Rising Tide Raises All Ships: Charting an Entrepreneurial Course

When Matthew Dunstan* left his secure job at Microsoft to sail around the world with his wife and two young sons, he didn’t expect it to change his views on life. Or maybe he did. It turns out that the old adage is true: a rising tide really does raise all ships. Matthew learned a […]

Ripples of Influence: How to Thrive Together

Ripples of Influence: How to Thrive Together

Disher is a very special company. It is 15 years old and 120 people strong. The workLIFEstory of its founder, Jeff Disher is really the story of the organization the entire team has built. I recently met with Jeff and Dayna Beal. Dayna is an original board member and now leads Discovery and Marketing. Together, […]