Categories for Appreciation

5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace — Released Today!

www.appreciationatwork.comFriends, I am excited that the book project I have been working on with Dr. Gary Chapman for the past 4+ years is fully released to the public today. It is available at www.amazon.com , www.bn.com (Barnes & Noble), www.booksamillion.com, www.christianbook.com and you can also go to bookstores and it should be there (it should be a “front table” display at Barnes & Noble.) In addition to the hardback version, there are also e-book versions (for Kindle & Nook), an audiobook version, and the Spanish version is coming out soon. I am going to be unabashedly mercenary here and ask... Continue reading...

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August 1, 2011 1:10 am
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Observations from the World of Business — What People Are Thinking

Given that I  meet with business owners, leaders of non-profit organizations, as well as front-line workers from across the country, I have the opportunity to “take the pulse” of what people are thinking and feeling in the world of work.  I thought I’d share some of my impressions. Less sheer fear and panic. Overall, there seems to be a reduced sense of overwhelming fear and panic about the economy continuing to tank (like there was 12-18 months ago).  There is still a low level of fear and anxiety, the pure panic has resided. Cautious hope. This is not the same... Continue reading...

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January 27, 2011 7:19 pm
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Stars & 7 billion people

I recently have become more interested in and enamored with the stars.  I just received a book put out by National Geographic entitled Hubble: Imaging Space and Time with a lot of photos of stars, galaxies and nebulae from the Hubble telescope.  Although the following image isn’t from that book, it demonstrates the wonder I am finding in the stars. At the same time that I am contemplating the incomprehensible enormity of the universe, I also am becoming more aware of how many people there are on earth.  This month’s National Geographic title story is about the fact that the... Continue reading...

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January 12, 2011 8:36 am
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