Articles Tagged with ''emotions''

Why can’t you lose weight? Emotions!

January 24, 2013

When it comes to losing weight, many people focus on eating less and exercising more. But results of a new survey of psychologists suggest dieters should pay attention to the role emotions play in weight gain and loss if they hope to succeed. For the survey, conducted by the Consumer Reports National Research Center, more than 1,300 licensed psychologists were asked which strategies were essential to helping their clients lose weight and keep it off.


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“Thank you” Power

Far-reaching results of two simple words
October 1, 2011
Recently, I called customer service for a company I do business with.


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Put your reputation on the line

Show safety’s value in time and money
October 1, 2011
Do you value safety? Prove it with time and money. Put your reputation on the line. Then you will show results.


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Swim with the sharks

Don’t stay high & dry & without influence
October 1, 2011
“In politics, your enemies can’t hurt you, but your friends will kill you.”


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Create tension about safety

Use data to get leaders pushing for more safety
October 1, 2011
You know about dissonance — that uncomfortable feeling you get when you believe strongly about one thing, but think, say or do another. 


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Tear down the walls

You cannot reach executives without diplomacy & trust
October 1, 2011
How can top leaders be unaware of illegal practices, like the Murdoch organizational problems in Great Britain with the hacking of cell phones and paying off of police? 


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The mess that we’re in

Hard times diminish awareness & increase distractions
October 1, 2011
The businesses I work with are all re-thinking their strategies to one extent or another. 


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The great challenge confronting EHS pros

It’s communication — is your message getting through?
September 1, 2011
According to the results of the American Society of Safety Engineers 100th Anniversary Essay Contest, the greatest challenge facing the environmental health and safety profession in the 21st century is communication.


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What if your supervisor called you a pig, a dog, a monkey?

July 27, 2011
I know through ISHN reader surveys over the years that most readers really don’t care much about workplace safety and health issues and practices in anyplace outside of the U.S.


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YOU are selfish and don’t care until it gets personal

July 27, 2011
People don’t care. You don’t care. Nobody cares until it gets personal.


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