Archive for the 'Work/Life Balance' Category

The Progressive Professional… A Guide for Quality Living – April 2019

In Cincinnati we are starting to see the signs of Spring. The daffodils and hyacinths are getting ready to bloom, the trees are starting to bud, and the ever spreading honeysuckle is again trying to suck the life out of everything else. If you don’t believe me, check out Rob Daumeyer’s rant on it by scrolling to the bottom of
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The Progressive Professional – Checking Progress and Adjusting – March 2013

Happy Spring!  Although our weather doesn’t seem to match up with the calendar, I’m sure we’ll turn the corner to nice weather soon.  And, personally, I can’t wait! In our last issue, we discussed how to set ourselves up for success in 2013.  If you’ve forgotten, you can find the previous newsletter here. So, since you’ve set yourself up for
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The Progressive Professional – Perks for Quality Living – December 2012

Setting Up For Success in The New Year! Ahhh – December and the end of the year drawing close. I find December a great time, especially after the holidays when it is usually somewhat quiet, to reflect on the year past. Did I accomplish everything I wanted to do? Did I have my priorities correct? Did I focus and work on only things that
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The Progressive Professional – Tips for Quality Living – September 2012

In our last issue, we looked at Life Balance and how to take control of our lives through five steps. This quarter, we look at more ways to streamline what we do with our time and our life. “Why”, you ask? Because as we mature, we lose that inquisitiveness we all had when we were four. Do you remember those
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The Progressive Professional … Tips for Quality Living – June 2012

5 Steps Toward Life Balance (Everything in Life Starts With Baby Steps) “It’s not what you’ve got; it’s what you use that makes a difference.” –Zig Ziglar Having a life that’s out of balance can create much larger problems that most people think. While that feeling of missing out on things, always being behind and finding it hard to slow down
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