How To Make A Resilient Environment Work For You

In a tough job market, making changes and changing attitudes can have a really positive impact on all employees — managers especially. The biggest challenge to this is staying motivated and finding a better balance between work/life and personal goals. To learn more, click here .

A more difficult challenge arises when employees realize it’s their duty to the company. As one of the very few exceptions to the company-first standard, this can pose a significant challenge to an individual’s personal happiness and well-being. So what does someone who is not a manager do to mitigate such a negative result? A lot. That’s the message in this article.

A lot of people have asked “Does a manager have to be a top performer?” The answer is no.

As with all things in life, “the right” number of hours in the day, a good work-life balance and balance on personal goals and aspirations all contribute to employee motivation and happiness. In this article, we will look into the topic of how to make a better manager job and make a better manager career, without having to be top performer or even an excellent manager.

We also hope that in the end, this will be a more productive, interesting and rewarding way for you to write about your life . If not, good luck in whatever that next step may be.

“Managers create value — not employees.”

— Steve Jobs, Steve Jobs

One of the things that really excites me about “The Managers Guide to Managing Yourself” is that it is a very personal piece of work, that is not necessarily a generic blueprint. It is also personal because it is the work of people you know personally and are likely to be friends with — you. I hope you enjoy the process of writing and reading this. And if all goes according to plan, I hope you make a list or two.

To get the book, you can pre-order it here at

We will also be making the book available for download (for free!) on Amazon ( ) in the near future.

Here is a short list of things you will find in the book. For a complete list and explanations for each, click here.

About 5 hours worth of written work is included for each book (as of October 2017) and the entire book is available for download in PDF format (for free!)

A list of topics that will be discussed by several authors

A section devoted to “Life Lessons,” including examples from many of our favorite authors and personalities

An outline of topics covered in the book (not a full rundown)

A few examples from real management book covers and illustrations to provide ideas about the look of the book

An article written by me on the benefits of being a good employee

A FAQ section that includes frequently asked questions about your personal and work lives (including answers to the above four questions)

Please share with others your experience and opinion of this book . If you have questions or comments, please leave it on the comment section.

I will be publishing a second part to the book with additional articles and answers to questions. I am also hoping to host a website to host our free book in exchange for the occasional share of the royalties.