Can you even imagine being Christopher Columbus, heading out looking for a western sea route from Europe to Asia and instead arriving in a place nobody from his homeland ever dreamed existed? While you’d be hard pressed to find a more adventurous career than being an explorer, all of us have opportunities to discover more about ourselves and others. In honor of the man who sailed the ocean blue in 1492, consider these courageous ideas:
While many workers spend a great deal of time thinking about how external factors impact their mood, the truth is that much of the happiness reaped on a daily basis comes from our own thoughts and actions. Consider these three ideas for improving your mindset to improve your mood, courtesy of psychotherapist Jude Bijou, author of Attitude Reconstruction: A Blueprint for Building a Better Life:
For many admins, filing seems to be a never-ending task that often gets shoved to the bottom of a to-do list in favor of more important (or enjoyable) responsibilities. An up-to-date, easy-to-use filing system, however, can save you time and make finding necessary material a breeze.
A recent Gallup poll asked American adults, “Thinking about all the subjects you studied in school, which one, if any, has been the most valuable to you in your life?” Math topped the survey, being mentioned by more than a third of respondents. English placed second and science a distant third.