Everyone has "one of those days" occasionally. Since this is a normal, acceptable part of work, it's important to strategize how you manage after a challenging day at work because it can have impact on a multitude of levels both at work and at home.
I’ve had the good fortune of planning and facilitating numerous transformational leadership retreats across a wide range of industries. And while many leaders mistakenly believe there's no value in stopping and retreating, my experience has shown otherwise.
The NCAA college basketball tournament is here, aka March Madness. However, like you, my bracket is busted but there is no reason to be mad (besides, you can redo one with the Sweet 16). When things don't go your way, it is critical to shift your perspective.
Mr. Ralph Bergstrom was one of my favorite high school teachers. He taught Social Studies and his lessons would always go beyond the classroom. I would like to share one that I reflect on quite often.