Productivity: How Time is the New Currency

Productivity: How Time is the New Currency

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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 […]

What To Do About an Inflexible Schedule – Asked and Answered

What To Do About an Inflexible Schedule – 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: I work in a job (manufacturing, energy, retail, food and beverage) where’s it’s harder to implement work-life integration. What types of supports do you suggest I explore?  I get […]

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, […]

Work When it Works: The Wisdom of Working on Vacation

Work When it Works: The Wisdom of Working on Vacation

How does Cynthia Kay* define work-life integration? She doesn’t. As the founder and owner of Cynthia Kay & Co and the author of Small Business for Big Thinkers, she says work and life are all connected and there’s no separation. As a small business owner for 28 years in a highly technical field, she reinvents […]

My Mom Loves WWF and Other Surprising Truths

Posted by on Nov 2, 2014 in Family Friendly, Technology | No Comments

My 70-something mom loves WWF and I can’t blame her. It’s exciting, it’s engaging, and she can participate whenever she wants. I have to admit, every time she mentions WWF, I think of the World Wrestling Federation, but of course my mom could only be referring to her app, Words With Friends. It’s technology at […]