By John Hall  /  June 11, 2021
By John Rampton  /  June 10, 2021

9 Ways to Combat Burnout

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Thursday, May 27th, 2021

Burnout isn’t a new phenomenon. In the wake of the pandemic, however, it’s become a completely different beast. Since the beginning of COVID-19, we’ve been through a lot. If you’ve been furloughed, had to close a business, or lost a loved one more so than others. Still, it’s been a hectic year filled with anxiety, stress, […]

9 Ways to Spring Clean Your Calendar

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Thursday, March 18th, 2021

If the weather, daylight saving time, and your March calendar haven’t clued you in, spring has sprung. And, that means that it’s time to embark on the long tradition of spring cleaning. During this season of renewal, however, don’t just declutter your home and workspace. Also, spruce up your calendar. When you do, you’ll not […]

8 Ways to Celebrate Your Small Victories

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Friday, February 12th, 2021

There aren’t too many reasons to celebrate these days. Sure, there are exceptions. They just vary from person-to-person. For me personally, I’m thrilled that my parents are getting the vaccine. I have friends and family who are welcoming new members into their households — either newborns or four-legged babies. And, I’m grateful every single day […]

8 Ways to Overcome the Sunday Scaries

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Sunday, January 24th, 2021

Except for my immediate family, particularly my mom, not many people know that I get a serious bout of the “Sunday Scaries.” I’m sincerely not making light of this either. This is a real phenomenon that can have serious consequences. For those unfamiliar, this is a type of anticipatory anxiety regarding the upcoming week. It […]

Healer in Chief: How to Unite Your Team

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Monday, January 18th, 2021

On December 25, 2020, President-Elect Joe Biden called a bedridden woman who was battling the same brain cancer that took the life of his son Beau. If you followed his career, this isn’t exactly uncommon for Biden. But, compare that to what unfolded not even two weeks later in Washington D.C. As I’m sure that […]

Is Hygge the Answer to Coping With a Pandemic Winter?

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Monday, December 28th, 2020

After I walked my dog for her final bathroom break of the night, I came back inside, appreciating how pleasant it felt inside. After all, it was bitterly cold and frigid outside. But, to get my body temperature back up, I put on a pair of wool socks, made a cup of tea, and curdled […]

Spread Kindness, Not Germs: Why Leaders Need to Be Kind

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Monday, November 30th, 2020

Out of all of the role models and mentors I’ve had throughout my life, no one has had a bigger impact than my grandfather. He was honest and warm without passing judgment. And, whenever you needed someone to talk to, he listened actively and offered timeless advice. His kindness was what made him so beloved […]

Can Your Tech-Savvy GenZ Carry the Load of Millennials?

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Tuesday, October 13th, 2020

There’s a misconception that the term millennial means any young person. That couldn’t be further from the truth. For the uninitiated, millennials were born between 1981 and 1996. That means they’re already in the workplace. And, they’re probably doing adult things like owning a home. Generation Z, also referred to as Digital Natives or the […]

Exploring Makes You Happier — How to Do So Daily

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Friday, October 2nd, 2020

On a daily basis, I would classify myself as a homebody. But, that doesn’t mean that I frown about traveling. In fact, I love to travel. Here is how exploring makes you happier and how to be happier daily. Personally, since I’m a planner, I get a kick out of making travel arrangements and gathering […]

Why I’m Going Back to a Flip Phone

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Tuesday, September 15th, 2020

I did something that will make most of you cringe over this weekend. I spent the majority of my Saturday sans smartphone. And, I’m still here to tell my tale. In all honesty, this has been something that’s been on my mind for a while. I would say about a year after seeing a cousin […]

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