Phil LaDuke is is a Safety Transformation Architect at
Environmental Resources Management. An author, he writes about business, worker safety and organizational change topics on his blog. An avid user of social media for business networking, LaDuke has worked as a consultant in this area.
The road warrior life isn't glamorous but with the least effort it isn't hard labor, either.
The cruel truth is that nobody is going to be in trouble for forgetting about your proposal.
We can't responsibly wait for a tragedy to make us safety conscious.
Nothing this side of a coma is effective at "avoiding'' stress so you better learn what it is and how you can endure it.
If you're worried about your excessive self esteem, start sending your writing to editors who don't know who you are or care about your feelings.
Learning From Mistakes
Three entrepreneurs discuss careers riddled with mistakes that nonetheless have turned out quite satisfactory.
Every business begins with an idea, but many end with just an idea.
Cold calling is never easy but most who try it make it needlessly difficult.
You might actually need a loan or an attorney, not somebody to split your company with.
When a customer is unhappy and ready to write off your company, you want them dealing with the best people you can hire.
Fact vs Fiction
If you deliberately tweet or post "alternative facts" about someone, they may have a strong case for libel.
The key to a successful career out of your house is very, very sharp lines between on the job and on the couch.
Oh, it was no walk in the park, but the structural transformation begun in 2008 has offered opportunity, too.
There are learning opportunities when hero-worship collides with narcissism, but it's never what was intended.
Take It From The Pros
How one man used social media to become a legend in his own mind -- and in Peru.
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