Category Archives: Guest Blogger

10 Things Successful People Do Before 9 a.m.

By | December 15, 2018

[December 15, 2018]  Does early bird really get the worm? According to research, that’s true: “People whose performance peaks in the morning are better positioned for career success because they’re more proactive than people who are at their best in the evening.” That’s a secret of many successful people. Before they go to work, they’ve been active and… Read More »

The new U.S. Space Command: by Army Vet

By | December 2, 2018

[December 2, 2018]  Army Vet takes on the idea that a new U.S. Space Command is necessary but makes fun of the idea because its time has not yet come. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope:  Yesterday I was flicking through the cable television channels on my old Sony Trinitron Model KV27 television set and ran… Read More »

7 Tips to Increase Your Productivity on Holidays

By | December 1, 2018

[December 1, 2018]  Working on holidays is a challenge for everyone. But it is more difficult to reach a high level of productivity during the holidays. Additionally, the employees create various strategies to complete the tasks quickly and continue the holidays. But these strategies often slow down their performance. Therefore, we have presented 7 ways to increase your… Read More »

Writing Training Handouts and Presentations in Plain English

By | November 25, 2018

[November 25, 2018]  When writing for an audience with diverse backgrounds, it is important to write in plain English so that the training is not lost on learners with low levels of English, prior learning and/or formal education. Writing in plain English can be challenging especially for highly educated trainers. However, there are a few tips and techniques… Read More »

7 Reasons to Keep a Leadership Journal

By | November 17, 2018

[November 17, 2018]  Only persistent, committed, and intelligent people can become leaders. Without possessing these qualities, you won’t make it to the top. Leaders are inspirational, creative, outstanding people. They not only help themselves but help the others as well. They create distinct visions, analyze new perspectives, and inspire their followers. Leadership is not about ruling over people… Read More »

8 Lessons an Entrepreneur Can Learn From Sports

By | November 4, 2018

[November 4, 2018]  Today’s global entrepreneurship scene is busier than ever before. Today’s leaders are able to tap into a wide range of different disciplines from meditation and yoga to behavioural economics and predictive analytics. At the same time, stress and burnout are real threats that can affect all of us. That’s why entrepreneurs are starting to think… Read More »