Is employee burnout solvable? Hell yes!
Ani Wilson
Tuesday, January 31, 2017

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  1. The Post Gig Euphoria and Slump
    26 Jun, 2017
    The Post Gig Euphoria and Slump
    It is always with sad regret when an event is over, and my newly converted power-minds start to trickle out of the room.  As a speaker, there is always a heightened level of euphoria as I personally get to witness change, emotion and light bulbs going off in the minds of individual audience members throughout the duration of the speech.  So when the speech comes to a close and I return to my mantle of a mere mortal, I am left to wonder if indeed the change I saw will manifest once a new day
  2. Are you a Wonder Woman on Steroids?
    11 May, 2017
    Are you a Wonder Woman on Steroids?
    I used to think I was special.  You know, the kind of special where no-one else in the world, let alone my city, would understand how I felt, the pressures I had, the enormity of the workload and parenting tasks. I was a modern day Wonder Woman; but with a few added features… Known as the ‘Energizer Bunny’ amongst my friends and colleagues, I had only 3 known speeds; Fast, faster, and OFF.  I had no fail-safe, no slow mode.  Perhaps you can relate? If I was a newer version of Wonder Woman,
  3. How Do You Measure Personal Success?
    11 May, 2017
    How Do You Measure Personal Success?
    One of the questions that people often have when they start becoming serious about striving for success is how they can measure if they are successful enough or if they are doing enough to achieve their goals. This question comes because of the propensity that people have to compare themselves to others. But you never seem to measure up when you do that, particularly with those who have already achieved success.  So, what do you measure against?  Each person is different and each success story