The short version of how to start a journey in becoming a federal employee – USA Jobs and patience. Lots of patience. This post includes select links to information on USAJOBS.gov and a 2013 video of a former Outreach and Recruitment Coordinator for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Also, find USAJOBS on Twitter and on Facebook. Twice a federal employee. I … More Start – On Becoming a Federal Employee
Thanks @BJFogg for the opportunity to be part of your Change Lessons with BJ Fogg. I completed the exercises for Lesson #1. I am looking forward to seeing how this can complement my Anthrocubeology endeavors, which includes Tiny Habits, as well as my exploring behavior-design based environmental, health and safety compliance practices. This post is … More Behavior – Change Lessons
Thanks @StrengthsFinder for my report. Every human being has talents that are just waiting to be uncovered. – Tom Rath In this blog post, I am not providing a description of StrenghtsFinder, given there is readily available information online. I am sharing my results. And I am interested in your results. Feel free to leave … More Uncover – My StrengthsFinder 2.0 and Talents
What would (or do) cubesters pay for “calculated misery”? Tim Wu @superwuster, you are this Anthrocubeologist’s current accidental muse. You have inspired me to think about the calculated misery of the workspace by cubesters’ choices. I unexpectedly(!) thought of this question while reading an article about airline fees – Why Airlines Want to Make You … More Legroom (Part 1 of 3) – Now Boarding Cubeopolis
To get the right things done, choosing what to ignore is as important as choosing where to focus. – Peter Bregman (from 18 Minutes) This post is inspired by a conversation I had last week with a friend. He mentioned how he was feeling stressed about keeping tabs on all the many projects and associated … More Account – Let’s Start the Day
Thanks #Secret10 @kenblanchard @LeadersServe for last Monday’s webinar – A Conversation with Ken Blanchard & Mark Miller. Admittedly, I have not yet read the book The Secret, What Great Leaders Know and Do. However, as a fan of Berret-Koehler Publishers (who published Blanchard’s and Miller’s book), I expect to do so. And more so, as … More Serve – Choose to Set Your Own Bar
Actually, it is 3-3-What-What-1-2 – an accountability buddy process that was born from a mix of the Franklin Covey Seven Habits described on wiki over here, David Allen’s Getting Things Done or GTD described on wikisummaries over here, and a person’s own self-designed time and project management approaches. This post shares an approach my friends … More Meet – Hey Buddy, Let’s 3-3- … What!?