motivation

Attitude of Gratitude | CA Insurance Consultants

Gratitude, motivation

Having a grateful heart impacts more than just you! When you express your gratitude to others, it becomes a ripple effect and extends further than you can imagine. Watch this video to learn how to say "thank you" to others!

by Mike Radakovich

5 Ways to Say Thank You | California Benefits Group

Gratitude, motivation

Saying "Thank You" doesn't have to be hard. Read about these 5 easy ways you can show your gratitude to others.

by Mike Radakovich

7 Ways to Have Self-Control, Even in the Hardest Situations | California Benefits Advisors

Goals, motivation

What would change if you had more self-control? Would you meet your fitness goals? De-escalate tense situations? Finally stop procrastinating on work projects? Although it can seem impossible to gain any more discipline than you already have, willpower can be exercised regularly just like your muscles. There are a few ways you can gain control when you really need it. When it comes to eating, exercise, anger and more, here are some common "tempting" scenarious followed by tips on how to strengthen your resolve.

by Mike Radakovich

Workplace Wellness | CA Insurance Agency

Employees, health, motivation, Wellness, Workplace

Picture this: You are sitting at your desk at 3pm and you realize you haven’t gotten up from your chair all day. You look around and see that you’ve been snacking instead of eating a lunch. You have read the same sentence 4 times and still can’t figure out what it means. Your back hurts, your eyes feel dry, and you feel kind of blah. You, my friend, are a victim of the sedentary lifestyle in America. How can we combat this lack of energy and inattentiveness in our workplace? By adopting healthy workplace initiatives, you will reap the benefits of a more engaged workforce and a healthier environment.

by Mike Radakovich

Moments of Clarity: Being Transparent | California Employee Benefits

culture, Employees, Employers, Human Resources, Leadership, motivation, Workplace

Aristotle was right when he said, “Nature abhors a vacuum.” Companies and politicians like to say that they’re transparent, when in fact, they’re often the opposite. And, as in nature, in the absence of facts, people will often fill their minds with what is perceived.

by Mike Radakovich

Wearable Technology in the Workplace | California Benefit Advisors

Employee Benefits, Employees, Employers, motivation, Technology, Wellness, Workplace

Don’t lie--we ALL love gadgets. From the obscure (but hilariously reviewed on Amazon) Hutzler 571 Banana Slicer to the latest iteration of the Apple empire. Gadgets and technology can make our lives easier, make processes faster, and even help us get healthier. Businesses are now using the popularity of wearable technology to encourage employee wellness and increase productivity and morale.

by Mike Radakovich

Wealthy vs Financial Fit. Here’s the Difference and Why It Matters | California Benefit Consultants

Family, Financial Planning, Insurance, Life Insurance, motivation

 

by Mike Radakovich

Trust Equation | California Benefits Partners

Employee Engagement, Employees, Employers, Human Resources, Leadership, motivation, Teamwork, Workplace

We are currently living in a low-trust society as a whole — we keep hearing that news is fake, science is fake, and so on. That makes it hard for us to trust anyone and is why we need to work on building trust in the workplace more than ever. Human resources professionals and business leaders have an imperative to instill a culture of trust — not just because it is key to employee engagement, satisfaction, and performance, but also because it’s just the most human thing to do.

by Mike Radakovich

Solving Problems - While Increasing Employee Satisfaction | Cupertino Benefits Consultants

Cupertino, design thinking, Employee Engagement, Employees, Employers, Human Resources, job satisfaction, Leadership, motivation

“Design thinking” is a fairly common term. Even if the phrase is new to you, it’s reasonably easy to intuit how it works: design thinking is a process for creative problem solving, utilizing creative tools like empathy and experimentation, often with a strong visual component. The term dates from 1968 and was first used in The Sciences of The Artificial, a text written by Nobel Laureate Herbert Simon.

by Mike Radakovich

Staffing for Scalability | California Benefits Firm

Human Resources, Leadership, motivation, Staffing, Teamwork

by Mike Radakovich