Tag: I am so the boss of you


Children’s Books Are the Best Mangement Guides Be The Boss / Family / Huffington Post / Publications

Every week there are hundreds of management books written and published, all of which contain perfectly sound advice which has likely worked at least for the person writing the book. Good for them. But do yourself a favour, and instead of buying another guru’s latest book, revisit your child’s bookshelf, or the children’s section of your local library or bookstore. Many of the classic tales...

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Children’s Books Are the Best Management Guides Career / Uncategorized

Every week there are hundreds of management books written and published, all of which contain perfectly sound advice which has likely worked at least for the person writing the book. Good for them. But do yourself a favour, and instead of buying another guru’s latest book, revisit your child’s bookshelf, or the children’s section of your local library or bookstore. Many of the classic tales...

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Six Reasons Why Business Trips Are Like Summer Camp for Moms Family / Huffington Post / Travel

1) While away on a business trip, you have a set schedule of activities to accomplish during the day. At camp, these activities are listed on a sheet hung by the cabin door, and there is little flexibility. On a business trip, these activities have been entered into your smartphone, and there is a tight schedule. This is a good thing. At home, flexibility comes...

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The parent trap: Will and Kate aren’t the only mom and dad to backtrack on those best laid plans Family / Post City

“Before I got married I had six theories about raising children; now, I have six children and no theories.” — John Wilmot Before their baby was born, royal supercouple Kate and William decided, and perhaps naively publicly announced, that they wouldn’t be hiring a nanny, that they would set an example of being involved new young royals and raise Prince George themselves. Well, like many...

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The Supernanny Is More Like a Substitute Mommy Family / Huffington Post

Self-proclaimed “SuperNanny” Jo Frost has recently released a book, in which she explains how to keep toddlers from running and ruining the lives of parents, and basic instructional advice about how to avoid complete meltdowns in public. Theirs, not yours, apparently. She comes at the angle of disciplining children seemingly better and smarter than any parent. After all, what do parents know? Besides our own...

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