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The Resource Don't sweat the small stuff at work : simple ways to minimize stress and conflict while bringing out the best in yourself and others, Richard Carlson

Don't sweat the small stuff at work : simple ways to minimize stress and conflict while bringing out the best in yourself and others, Richard Carlson

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Don't sweat the small stuff at work : simple ways to minimize stress and conflict while bringing out the best in yourself and others
Title
Don't sweat the small stuff at work
Title remainder
simple ways to minimize stress and conflict while bringing out the best in yourself and others
Statement of responsibility
Richard Carlson
Title variation
  • Do not sweat the small stuff at work
  • Dont sweat the small stuff at work
Title variation remainder
simple ways to minimize stress and conflict while bringing out the best in yourself and others
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Offers one hundred suggestions for harmony in the workplace, including "Don't dramatize deadlines," and "See beyond the roles"
Summary
Offers one hundred suggestions for harmony in the workplace, including "Don't dramatize deadlines," and "See beyond the roles"
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207834
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
650.1/3
Index
no index present
LC call number
HF5548.85
LC item number
.C372 1998
Literary form
non fiction
NLM call number
WM 172
NLM item number
C278do 1998
http://library.link/vocab/resourcePreferred
True
Target audience
adult
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simple ways to minimize stress and conflict while bringing out the best in yourself and others
Label
Don't sweat the small stuff at work : simple ways to minimize stress and conflict while bringing out the best in yourself and others, Richard Carlson
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Publication
Contents
Dare to be happy -- Become less controlling -- Eliminate the rat race mentality -- Don't dramatize the deadlines -- Have some "no phone" time at work -- Avoid corporate bragging -- Make the best of those boring meetings -- Stop anticipating tiredness -- Don't sweat the bureaucracy -- Remember the phrase, "being dead is bad for business" -- Make the best of corporate travel -- Light a candle instead of cursing the darkness -- Join My New Club, 'TGIT' -- Don't sweat the demanding boss -- Remember to acknowledge -- Don't keep people waiting -- Create a bridge between your spirituality and your work -- Brighten up your working environment -- Take your breaks -- Don't take the 20/80 rule personally -- Make a list of your personal priorities -- Use effective listening as a stress-reducing tool -- Make friends with your receptionist -- Remember the motto, 'you catch more flies with honey" -- Avoid the phrase, "I have to go to work" -- Be aware of the potentially stressful effects of your promises -- Examine your rituals and habits (and be willing to change some of them) -- Stay focused in the now -- Be careful what you ask for -- Absorb the speed bumps of your day -- Have a favorite business charity -- Never, ever backstab -- Accept the fact that, every once in a while, you're going to have a really bad day -- Recognize patterns of behavior -- Lower your expectations -- Pat yourself on the back -- Become less self-absorbed -- Don't be trapped by golden handcuffs -- Get really comfortable with using voice mail -- Stop wishing you were somewhere else -- Ask yourself the question, "Am I making the absolute best of this moment?" -- Stop scrambling -- Become aware of your wisdom -- Realize the power of rapport -- Recover quickly -- Encourage company stress-busters -- Give up your fear of speaking to groups -- Avoid comments that are likely to lead to gossip or unwanted chatter -- See beyond the roles -- Avoid the tendency to put a cost on personal things -- When you solicit advice, consider taking it -- Take advantage of your commute -- Let go of battles that cannot be won -- Think of stress and frustration as distractions to your success -- Accept the fact that there's almost always going to be someone mad at you -- Don't let your own thoughts stress you out -- Make allowances for incompetence -- Don't be too quick to comment -- Let go of "personality" clashes -- Don't get stressed by the predictable -- Stop procrastinating -- Confront gently -- Remember the three Rs -- Get out of the grumble mode -- Get it over with -- Don't live an imagined future -- Make someone else feel good -- Compete from the heart -- Back off when you don't know what to do -- Admit that it's your choice -- Before coming defensive, take note of what is being said -- Complete as many tasks as possible -- Spend ten minutes a day doing absolutely nothing -- Learn to delegate -- Strengthen your presence -- Learn to say no without guilt -- Take your next vacation at home -- Don't let negative coworkers get you down -- Make the best of a "noncreative" position -- Stay close to your center -- Forgive yourself, you're human -- Put your mind in neutral -- Marvel at how often things go right -- Make peace with chaos -- Prevent burnout -- Experience a magical transformation -- Avoid "if only, then" thinking -- Eliminate the worry factor -- Ask for what you want, but don't insist on getting it -- Remember the whole story -- Tap into your secret stress-buster -- Speak to others with love and respect -- Don't go there -- Remember to appreciate the people you work with -- Don't sweat your critics -- Reduce your self-induced stress -- Become aware of the thought factor -- Ease off your ego -- Remember small stuff happens -- Don't live for retirement
Control code
316946
Dimensions
17 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
284 p.
Isbn
9780786883363
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
98041319
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm39756325
  • (OCoLC)39756325
Label
Don't sweat the small stuff at work : simple ways to minimize stress and conflict while bringing out the best in yourself and others, Richard Carlson
Publication
Contents
Dare to be happy -- Become less controlling -- Eliminate the rat race mentality -- Don't dramatize the deadlines -- Have some "no phone" time at work -- Avoid corporate bragging -- Make the best of those boring meetings -- Stop anticipating tiredness -- Don't sweat the bureaucracy -- Remember the phrase, "being dead is bad for business" -- Make the best of corporate travel -- Light a candle instead of cursing the darkness -- Join My New Club, 'TGIT' -- Don't sweat the demanding boss -- Remember to acknowledge -- Don't keep people waiting -- Create a bridge between your spirituality and your work -- Brighten up your working environment -- Take your breaks -- Don't take the 20/80 rule personally -- Make a list of your personal priorities -- Use effective listening as a stress-reducing tool -- Make friends with your receptionist -- Remember the motto, 'you catch more flies with honey" -- Avoid the phrase, "I have to go to work" -- Be aware of the potentially stressful effects of your promises -- Examine your rituals and habits (and be willing to change some of them) -- Stay focused in the now -- Be careful what you ask for -- Absorb the speed bumps of your day -- Have a favorite business charity -- Never, ever backstab -- Accept the fact that, every once in a while, you're going to have a really bad day -- Recognize patterns of behavior -- Lower your expectations -- Pat yourself on the back -- Become less self-absorbed -- Don't be trapped by golden handcuffs -- Get really comfortable with using voice mail -- Stop wishing you were somewhere else -- Ask yourself the question, "Am I making the absolute best of this moment?" -- Stop scrambling -- Become aware of your wisdom -- Realize the power of rapport -- Recover quickly -- Encourage company stress-busters -- Give up your fear of speaking to groups -- Avoid comments that are likely to lead to gossip or unwanted chatter -- See beyond the roles -- Avoid the tendency to put a cost on personal things -- When you solicit advice, consider taking it -- Take advantage of your commute -- Let go of battles that cannot be won -- Think of stress and frustration as distractions to your success -- Accept the fact that there's almost always going to be someone mad at you -- Don't let your own thoughts stress you out -- Make allowances for incompetence -- Don't be too quick to comment -- Let go of "personality" clashes -- Don't get stressed by the predictable -- Stop procrastinating -- Confront gently -- Remember the three Rs -- Get out of the grumble mode -- Get it over with -- Don't live an imagined future -- Make someone else feel good -- Compete from the heart -- Back off when you don't know what to do -- Admit that it's your choice -- Before coming defensive, take note of what is being said -- Complete as many tasks as possible -- Spend ten minutes a day doing absolutely nothing -- Learn to delegate -- Strengthen your presence -- Learn to say no without guilt -- Take your next vacation at home -- Don't let negative coworkers get you down -- Make the best of a "noncreative" position -- Stay close to your center -- Forgive yourself, you're human -- Put your mind in neutral -- Marvel at how often things go right -- Make peace with chaos -- Prevent burnout -- Experience a magical transformation -- Avoid "if only, then" thinking -- Eliminate the worry factor -- Ask for what you want, but don't insist on getting it -- Remember the whole story -- Tap into your secret stress-buster -- Speak to others with love and respect -- Don't go there -- Remember to appreciate the people you work with -- Don't sweat your critics -- Reduce your self-induced stress -- Become aware of the thought factor -- Ease off your ego -- Remember small stuff happens -- Don't live for retirement
Control code
316946
Dimensions
17 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
284 p.
Isbn
9780786883363
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
98041319
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm39756325
  • (OCoLC)39756325

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