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Facing Professional Services Burnout?

Too much to do! Not enough accomplished!

by Dr. R. James Steffen, SSA International

(An article published in the Professional Service Journal - 3/11/04, Issue #4.5)

Sound familiar? Skipping lunch and working late seems to be the norm for many professional service executives today. With all the anxiety, self-doubt starts to creep in and thoughts of "I can't get it all done. My life is out of control" to become the mantra.  (Read more)




I Never Get Everything Done

One simple tool can change that forever

by Dr. R. James Steffen, SSA International

(An article published in the Professional Service Journal - 12/29/04, Issue #4.17)

"I never get everything done!" is exactly what Bill Madson thought to himself.  Sound familiar? Over fifty percent of working people think this at least once a week. (Read more)



Work Doesn’t Have Much Meaning Anymore

Fifteen minutes that can change that

By Dr. R. James Steffen

(An article published in the Professional Service Journal - 2/9/05, Issue #4.19)

Jim Koerner found his work challenging at first. He was delighted for the paycheck that supported his new family.  He went to work with real motivation.  ...However, over time  the old job was becoming old hat.  It was no longer the challenge it once was. His work didn't have much meaning anymore. Something needed to change. (Read more)


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