It takes energy to bring a business idea to life and keep it going, but misdirected energy becomes stress, rage and bad behavior. Here are some tactics from psychologists and sports stars to help you stay cool and productive.
A new online survey of executives indicates that more than half of all managers believe coaching employees does have an impact on profits. Fewer North American managers said they believe coaching is beneficial than their peers in Europe and Asia.
The Center for American Progress has outlined an energy plan for the next administration, suggesting the EPA be given authority to regulate greenhouse-gas emissions from the outset. The report, called "Building a Vibrant Low-Carbon Economy," does not mention nuclear energy.
The rejection this week of Wisconsin Power & Light's planned coal-fired power plant near Cassville helps make the case that the state ban on new nuclear plants should be lifted, says the Wisconsin State Journal editorial board.
Dan W. Reicher, who is being considered for energy secretary in the new administration, has experience in nuclear power, nuclear weapons cleanup, renewable energy and energy efficiency. As an environmentalist, Reicher would bring a different focus to the post than his predecessors did.
It takes energy to bring a business idea to life and keep it going, but misdirected energy becomes stress, rage and bad behavior. Here are some tactics from psychologists and athletes to help you stay cool and productive. Effective tools include exercise, humor and rooting out inefficiencies.