Posts By: Mark S. Brown

Where Is That File?

If you were to wander into your files on your computer, would they all be organized? You may want to get a handle on it before you end up sabotaging yourself! (more…)

Stopping the Distraction

How big is your to-do list? Is it full of things that you most likely won’t be finishing? It may be time to make some cuts! (more…)

The Ugly Truth About Productivity

So many companies come out with new apps or software that promises to help you improve your organization skills. What they don’t tell you is you need more than technology to increase productivity. (more…)

Want to Be a Good Example?

Are you setting a good example for those around you? Maybe you’re not as good as you think you’re being. All the good intentions in the world mean nothing without action! (more…)

Knowledge or Skill: Is One Better?

How often do you begin a task that you think you know how to complete, but find you don’t have the necessary tools to finish? Could it be that your knowledge and skill levels differ? (more…)

You Can Be A World Class Mentor

Almost 25 years ago, I was assigned an employee to mentor for the very first time. I had no idea how to mentor someone, but proud and excited to be asked. I was also scared. (more…)

The Pace of Success

Sometimes you need to sit back and evaluate your life. How are your stress levels? What are you doing to maximize on your skills and maintain your work/life balance? (more…)

Doing Nothing Is Not Really an Option

Have you ever stood still in a river and felt the water rush by you? The water can be a gentle push against you, or it can be forceful. It can cause you to lean, struggling to stand upright. (more…)

A Failure of Ethics

A Philadelphia prosecutor was charged with accepting luxury gifts in exchange for official favors. Despite this, he has plead not guilty to all charges. (more…)