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Management moment: You can’t control all things, but you can decide how to respond

Power Point: When your mind is clear and peaceful and your stress level is reduced, you’ll be more effective and you’ll have more fun.
ó Richard Carlson
Power Thought: All of us are prone to stress at work. Deadlines loom, projects are due, the boss is not happy. A peaceful and clear mind is essential in creating a work environment that is productive. We can’t always control what happens to us through the course of a day, but we do control how we will respond. Today, seek peace of heart; it’s the one thing that can give you peace of mind.
ó Doug Dickerson
Power Surge: Keep your heart right, even when it is sorely wounded.
J.C. Macaulay
ContactDoug Dickerson, a PR director in Charleston, S.C., at managementmoment@gmail.com or visit his blog at http://dougsmanagementmoment.blogspot.com/

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