Last month I had the opportunity to speak for the owners of 300+ Arby’s restaurants, during which I was allowed to wear an Arby’s tiara that made me look like the archbishop of roast beef. After I was done – and I did all right, nobody threw curly fries at me or anything – I…Details
I’m going to Uncrapify Your Life today with a little Monday motivation. Believe in Yourself!
If you’ve ever tried raising money for anything – a Kickstarter campaign, a small business, a non-profit, or your own squadron of attack dolphins – you’ve probably learned that it’s not always fun to ask people for money. It always helps to think of your request as “encouraging like-minded individuals to support a great cause”…Details
Unleash Your Inner Tyrant TV – Jeff Havens leadership series discusses punctuality and showing up to work on time. Did you like this video? Sign up for my newsletter here and get future episodes in your inbox. Or check out my Unleash Your Inner Tyrant! keynote presentation.Details
This one’s for all the administrative assistants out there. You know you’re awesome and indispensable, but it doesn’t always feel like other people think the same way. Sometimes your bosses take you for granted, and every time that happens you take a deep breath and remind yourself that murder is really hard to get away…Details
It’s easy to be lazy on a Monday morning, but not after you’ve been uncrapified! Enjoy today’s episode of Uncrapify Your Life TV! Did you like this video? Sign up for my newsletter here and get future episodes in your inbox. Or check out my Uncrapify Your Life! keynote presentation.Details
Unleash Your Inner Tyrant TV – this episode in my leadership series discusses how leaders can improve their communication skills by not interrupting and paying attention for more than 18 seconds. Did you like this video? Sign up for my newsletter here and get future episodes in your inbox. Or check out my Unleash Your…Details
When it comes to generational differences in the workplace, one of the more common distinctions made between the generations is that Traditionalists and Baby Boomers “live to work,” while Gen Xers and Millennials “work to live.” This is typically presented as a generation-specific quality; in other words, Baby Boomers have always lived to work, and…Details