The very best version of you must include your own happiness, even if your purpose is to serve others, your life and health cannot be the expense of that effort.
With summer falling further in the rear view, we're moving right on through Autumn at a regular rate. In the Northeast, the temperature varies between 50-70 degrees and cooler at night.
Ultimately, we all live one life, and it's not a requirement to be miserable anymore; we have the freedom to determine our own happiness and choose our own paths through life.
CHALLENGE ALERT: This week, I am not posting about metal or wood, I'm posting about flesh! Take the challenge!
Ultimately, we all want the same thing in life. To be happy with how we spend our time, and be able to afford to live the way we want. For some people, that means entrepreneurship, odd gigs, or a life of uncertainty, bound only by your own work ethic and determination. But, historically people have... Continue Reading →
Any shop can benefit from the "consideration method" where each worker is mindful of the next person/process in line.
Depending on your situation, we might have some shared life experience in the assembly world. If you're like me, have children (or shop at IKEA), you have more than likely had a box with an insane amount of parts and pieces and the little saying "some assembly required". Thinking to ourselves: "SOME?! I have to... Continue Reading →
Throughout the workforce, every single employee wants to be paid their fair share. Ultimately, different workers will value themselves at different levels. Some employees feel that a pay increase is a guarantee after so many months or years at the company, while others believe it's based on their work performance. There are several variables to... Continue Reading →
In America, unhealthy habits are just a short drive around the corner (pretty much to any chain store or restaurant people frequent regularly). That's not to say other countries are the gold standard of health either, but I wouldn't know first hand. The staggering statistic is that 6 out of 10 Americans has a chronic... Continue Reading →