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Dr. Tom Muha

Good employee/leader relationships determine business success

Business success depends on highly motivated employees. But many organizations plod along with a low level of employee engagement. Workers who are under-engaged can be difficult to identify. The best term for an employee who is not engaged in their…

83 View / August 6, 2017

7 Strategies for Managing Your Inner Critic

Your inner critic can contaminate your whole life. You know that voice, the one that tells you that you’re not good enough to get what you so deeply desire – a loving relationship, a more fulfilling job, a body that…

80 View / July 30, 2017

6 Steps for Becoming Resilient

I always admired my father’s resilience. He developed an indomitable spirit to do well no matter what external circumstances or challenges might present themselves. It’s obvious where I got my passion for understanding how people can overcome adversity and achieve…

119 View / July 23, 2017

Five Steps for Achieving Peak Performance

Would you like to know the secret to being successful? So did Doug Newburg, a professor at the University of Virginia who studied hundreds of the world’s top performers to determine what made them the best surgeons, business leaders, athletes,…

171 View / July 16, 2017

Setbacks can make us stronger

Karen was actually relieved when she was ask to resign from her nurse manager position. She was burned out and she knew it. Her assumption that a good life awaits if a person works extraordinarily hard had proven to be…

376 View / July 9, 2017