Nearly six out of ten of employees probably believe that their companies make too much profit. And having guilt about profits can have a negative impact.
There is a new year ahead of us. It is common for people to feel stressed or overwhelmed at this point in the calendar year. After all, the nights are longer, the days are shorter, and the world seems a little colder and darker. (As I mentioned in my last post, there’s always a light…
There’s just something about darkness. For one, darkness creates fear. Perhaps that fear is a result of not knowing what is there. Darkness allows our imaginations to run wild because we cannot use our sight to correct our thoughts with the truth. Fear about darkness is not completely irrational. Criminals…
The problem that I have with treadmills… you work really hard, but where do you get? Nowhere. Getting Off—and Staying Off—the Business Treadmill
The words revolution and Christmas are not typically used in the same sentence, but make no mistake; Christmas represented a revolution.
There is a better, easier and more efficient way. This plan relies on using the hidden power of information found in your financial reports and is based on three truths from psychology.
You can educate your employees about the importance of profits to a business. Read about the 7 purposes of profits and how you can shift employee mindsets to reduce guilt and help them to see that profits are good.