by Peter Luscombe The Work Habit series has encompassed: The need to examine work habits The nature of habits both in life and at work The efficacy of making change [...]
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This is the second in a two-part article by Career Actually contributor Peter Luscombe. Read Part 1 here. Vision without action is a daydream. Action without vision is a nightmare. Japanese [...]
by Peter Luscombe Having dealt with in this series the need to review work habits, and ways and means to make change, let’s now focus on negativity. A less-than-positive attitude [...]
by Peter Luscombe Are you aware that rushing toward a goal is a sublimated death wish? It's no coincidence we call them 'deadlines.’ Tom Robbins, ‘Half Asleep in Frog Pajamas’ [...]
by Peter Luscombe The five essential entrepreneurial skills for success are concentration, discrimination, organization, innovation and communication. - Michael Faraday Faraday, a renowned English scientist who contributed to the fields of [...]
by Peter Luscombe procrastinate (v.) from Latin procrastinatus, "to put off till tomorrow, defer, delay" Is procrastination a choice? A decision? Opinion varies about this. It certainly is a habit, [...]
by Peter Luscombe to habituate - become customary to, dependent upon, work within the known and familiar, take for granted Recently, I stumbled across this advice given by The American Foundation for the [...]