For the hockey fans this past weekend, the game on Sunday night against the Anaheim Ducks and the Winnipeg Jets was truly outstanding. The game itself went into overtime ended in a double shoot out – with a Finnish player making the winning goal. How appropriate! It was action packed, the energy on the ice was very obvious by both teams, and the fans you could tell had been provided quite the show!
Legacy Bowes Group Articles
Successful career goals can't be set in isolation
As you would expect, many people continue with the age-old practice of trying to change their lives by writing a set of New Year's resolutions. Of course, these dreams encompass everything from losing weight and exotic travel plans to getting a promotion at work. However, we also know very soon into the new year, people begin to get frustrated. They lose their commitment, fall into old habits and then find themselves backsliding to where they were before. In other words, setting a goal is one thing, accomplishing it is another.
Developing positive connections in the workplace a key to success
The new year is beginning to unfold and as you might expect, the newspaper has been full of great ideas for creating and sustaining a healthy lifestyle. There have been articles on physical fitness, as well as a review of apps to help you stay true to your exercise goals.
We’ve seen articles on making healthy meals with turkey leftovers, meals to keep you warm and articles that help you to discover the trick to making a smoothie. All in all, the advice is meant to drive readers toward good health and happiness.
Nurture your important relationships at work
There are many business books that have been penned over the years by very astute individuals on almost every topic. I came across one, this past year unexpectedly as the authors were typically writing about improving personal relationships and now had made the leap to expand their message into the workplace.
It's important to recognize, and be diligent about conflicts of interest
For the past few years, our local world has been abuzz about the issue of perceived conflict of interest in government agencies.
The issue is complicated, convoluted, hard for the general public to understand and hard to track.
Nevertheless, we have to recognize conflicts of interest exist at every level of life.
The challenge for each of us is to develop a deep understanding of what defines conflict of interest and how to avoid it, both personally and professionally.