When our companies give us flexible work schedules, we can be available when life calls us to do our most important work. If this Life Line, I reflect on our life’s most important work, which happens outside the cube. You can read more about my thoughts on Yahoo’s decision to require workers to report to [...]
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The holidays bring presents, family visits and, often, a realization that a family member, such as a parent or grandparent, with a chronic illness needs more help. ARGH! How in the world will you able to do this? It’s intimidating to think about stepping in to help a family member with a chronic illness. You’re [...]
In caregiving, time can seem to pass too slowly. Until you think about time as it relates to your life. And, then you may worry: “I’ve lost my life in caregiving; I’ll be too old to achieve what I want.” In this Life Line, I offer a perspective on “too old.” Updates Our Caregiving [...]
In a caregiving role, you may find yourself thinking: This is the worst. My life is the worst life ever. I’ve been thinking, What’s the worst thing that can happen? In this Life Line, I offer my perspective on what really is the worst thing that can happen to us. Feel free to share your [...]
Today, I introduce a new feature on the site called Life Lines. On a regular basis, I’ll share tips, words of wisdom and insights to help you manage life. Here’s the first, called Three Wishes: Resources Schedule a coaching call with Denise–your first coaching call is free. With Denise as your coach, you tackle a [...]