SPECIAL FROM Next Avenue
By Nancy Collamer
We’ve all had those days at work when nothing goes right: Your boss is in a wicked mood, your computer contracts a virus and there’s a two-hour traffic snarl on your commute home. It’s easy to dismiss days like these as the inevitable by-product of a modern workplace. But a new book by executive coach and former McKinsey partner Caroline Webb, How to Have a Good Day: Harness the Power of Behavioral Science to Transform Your Working Life, makes a compelling case that you have far more control over your workday than you might realize.
The first of two storms swept across Southern California in the early morning hours Wednesday, bringing rain, wind and light snow to lower elevations and snarling traffic.
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SPECIAL FROM Next Avenue By Nancy Collamer On May 20, David Letterman will end his legendary 33-year run as a late night talk-show host. Since making his retirement plans public last year, Letterman, 68 (how is that possible?!), has...