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Optimism is good business Jon Gordon is all about being optimistic and having a vision. That’s probably what made Gordon, a best-selling author, speaker and…

Crashing the Myth of Work/Life Balance

Most of us live our lives like we’re on a tightrope, teetering between giving our all at work, giving our all to family, getting just enough sleep, and then doing it again the next day. We call it…

Women’s Lacrosse: Halfpenny has new season philosophy

Everyone is on the bus — the energy bus, that is.

New Irish coach Christine Halfpenny has not only changed the philosophy of the program already this season, but also has altered the team’s reading list, requiring every player to read The Energy Bus. The book, written by Jon Gordon, was assigned over winter break and preaches positive energy in a team environment.

Let Optimism Change Your World

The economy has been bad for a while. People and businesses are struggling. Yet there are many people and businesses that are rising above that with a mentality of optimism. I’m one of them. You can be too Jon Gordon, author of the Wall Street Journal bestseller, The Energy Bus has a new book about the power of faith and positivity in one’s life and…

Morris: Boyd mastering the power of positive thinking

Boyd says he made an attitude adjustment after hearing Jon Gordon, a nationally known expert on the power of positive thinking, speak to the Clemson team this summer. It led Boyd to read Gordon’s book “Energy Bus: Ten Rules to Fuel Your Life, Work and Team with Positive Energy.”

Positive Behavior Theme for Hudson Maxim Students

The teachers and staff at Hudson Maxim School have seen positive changes in the school environment after implementing this year’s character education theme “Life is Good.” The theme, based on the best-selling book “The Energy Bus For Kids” by Jon Gordon has…

Do the world and yourself some good, stay positive

“We all have two dogs inside of us. One dog is positive, happy, optimistic and hopeful. The other dog is negative, mad, sad, pessimistic and fearful,” says Gordon. “The more you feed the positive dog, the more it grows. The more you starve the negative dog, the more it shrinks and weakens.”

Energy Bus Author Inspires Stanton, Others

“That’s the way to start a new semester,” Stanton said after listening to Jon Gordon speak for an hour and then answer questions from a crowd that represented all 24 Husker varsity sports. “I thought Mr. Gordon’s speech got everyone’s mind on the right track. It inspired me getting ready to go into such an important spring,” Stanton said. “It really gave me some good thoughts to focus in on.”

Want to complain? You can’t work at Align Networks

Management at Align Networks has built an attractive internal culture based largely on one rule: No complaining. More specifically, employees are not allowed to complain unless they can come up with a solution for the issue they’re complaining about. The rule goes hand-in-hand with…