The Dichotomy of Inertia 4th Post - Habits (continued)


The Dichotomy of Inertia 4th Post - Habits (continued)

Friday, July 19th, 2019

In 2009 Phillippa Lally, a psychology researcher at University College London, published a study on how habits are formed. She sought out to identify how long it takes to form a habit in the real world and by doing everyday tasks. The study looked at simple acts that people could [...]

The Dichotomy of Inertia: 3rd Post - Habits (continued)

Wednesday, July 17th, 2019

Maxwell Maltz best-selling book Psycho-Cybernetics book focused on a mind and body connection and the power of self-affirmation and mental visualization techniques. Many of his findings and the book itself were absorbed into areas of personal development in which some of the very trainers and motivational speakers we know today: [...]

Top Performer - Engineered Wood Floor Systems

Tuesday, July 16th, 2019

The successful hire for this role will work with the General Managers, customers and contractors to grow a new product line, and to spearhead a newly developed relationship. This role is perfect for a top performer who values independence and has the potential to lead others as well as [...]

The Dichotomy of Inertia: 2nd Post - Habits

Monday, July 15th, 2019

Let’s start with a common misnomer – that it takes 21 days to create a habit. If we want to focus on replicating positive momentum, we must start with an understanding of what it takes to get into a consistent pattern. The origination of the 21 day theory stems from [...]

New Series! The Dichotomy of Inertia

Friday, July 12th, 2019

When it rains, it pours; most are familiar with this phrase. It’s what we use to describe the inertia of negative circumstances building and snowballing. Can you think of the equivalent phrase used to describe the opposite? The experience of positive inertia? “Just look at the bright side”… “turn [...]

Senior Product Manager - HUGE Brand in Building Products

Wednesday, July 10th, 2019

The successful hire for this will spend 20% of their time with sales organization and end users doing field-based research and 80% of the time developing ideas. Activities will include product development using gate process, making proposals with new ideas, production, team collaboration, project management, financial evaluations/modeling, pricing, competitive [...]

An Era of Authenticity - Final Post

Tuesday, July 9th, 2019

There are two most common scenarios in which colleagues pick up on inauthentic conversations. The first is the small talk; those situations in which you are grasping for something to say in order to avoid awkward silence. This does not mean that you need to ask deeply meaningful questions while [...]

Sales Estimator & Designer

Monday, July 8th, 2019

Our client is the largest global manufacturer within their segment of building products with a rich 50-year history. This company fosters a culture of high integrity, humility and has long employee tenures. In the past 5 years, the company has had tremendous growth from acquisitions.
The successful hire in this [...]

An Era of Authenticity - 7th Post: Start Simple

Wednesday, July 3rd, 2019

So if authenticity is something we all want, but it’s something you are and not something you get, then authenticity must be impossible to teach, right? This is likely true and quite a paradox. Therefore, let’s start simple. Decide to stop being inauthentic. Catch yourself when you make a false [...]

Engineering Manager - Architectural Building Products

Tuesday, July 2nd, 2019

Our client holds the largest market share in their respective field in North America and are renowned for revolutionizing this product line! Unique culture combines a technically oriented staff within a friendly, casual atmosphere.
The lucky candidate to get this role will be responsible for a large team that handles [...]