The Duncan Report

No Time for Balance? Think Again

Most people who feel the crush of busyness have heard the clichéd advice about time management: “The bad news is that time flies. The good news is that you’re the pilot.” The interesting thing about clichéd advice is that sometimes it’s spot-on correct. Here’s some sound advice form an expert.

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Your Brain Has a Mind of Its Own

We choose our feelings based on the stories we tell ourselves. Then our feelings lead to actions that produce results. If we don’t like our results, we can challenge our own thinking, because what we think is what launches us on our path to action that produces our results.

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Take A Break: Save Your Job, Marriage, Life

Busyness can be deadly. You may think you’re racking up social points with your workaholic lifestyle, but you’re not only less productive than you could be but you’re jeopardizing your job, your relationships, and even your life. Here are some clues for change.

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The Speed of Trust: It’s A Learnable Skill

Trust is the operating system of every relationship. Learn all about the behaviors and practices that build strong relationships of trust–and keep them that way–in this conversation with Stephen M.R. Covey.

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Chaos at Work? You Can Learn to Manage It

Many people struggle with workday overload: too many emails, too many meetings, competing deadlines, office drama. Some can’t recall the last time they looked forward to Monday. Try these tips for managing the chaos.

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Why Etiquette Is So Much More Than Saying Please

It’s been said that the test of good manners is the ability to put up pleasantly with bad ones. But in a world where in-your-face behavior is sometimes mistaken as a strength, it’s often hard to understand the rules of etiquette.

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