2020 Resolutions

I always end the year by writing about my accomplishments, failure, regrets, and resolutions. I love this time of year because the calendar naturally moves me to reflect and take action. This post is all about 2020 resolutions. I’ve been writing this series since 2004, and have accumulated an extensive archive of resolutions. The one…

2019 Regrets

I always end the year by writing about my accomplishments, failure, regrets, and resolutions. I love this time of year because the calendar naturally moves me to reflect and take action. This post is all about 2019 regrets. Dying Man’s Greatest Regret Wasting So Much Of Life Obsessing About People He Abducted And Strangled t.co/DtqSaa4PeD #OurAnnualYear2019…

2019 Accomplishments

I always end the year by writing about my accomplishments, failure, regrets, and resolutions. I love this time of year because the calendar naturally moves me to reflect and take action. This post is all about 2019 accomplishments. Some years my accomplishments are practical. Other years, it’s all about personal growth. This year, it’s a…

Self-Leadership Training

Why are we doing this to ourselves? Is work a negative force in your life? Are you frustrated and angry? Do you wonder, “How can this continue even one more day?” I’ve been there. In this video, I tell the story of hitting rock bottom in my work life and how I started to take…

Virtual Assistant Needed

Hey, everybody. I’m Laurie Ruettimann. The rumors are true. I need a partner and collaborator to help my business grow. I’m interested in working with a virtual assistant who has 5+ years of experience with online brands, businesses, or personalities. The ideal partner will know how to automate business processes, streamline inefficient methods, and enhance…

Professional Detachment

Do you take everything at work too seriously?  Maybe you need to learn the power of professional detachment.   When I worked at a company called Kemper Insurance, my job was to provide HR services to our mergers and acquisitions department. Instead of calling it M&A, we called it Capital Development. Except it didn’t make…