When disaster strikes in today’s “always on” world, chances are that you’ll hear the news immediately at work. How can you and colleagues maintain balance and stay productive?
About Judy Martin
(Editor's Note: Judy Martin passed away unexpectedly on January 31, 2014. She was a much loved and valued contributor to the TalentCulture community and to this blog. Her wisdom and warmth were infectious. We honor her life by continuing to share her important message with the world of work.)
Judy Martin was an Emmy® award-winning broadcast journalist, Forbes.com blogger and founder of WorkLifeNation.com, a site dedicated to transforming stress into positive fuel in an “always-on” world. For more than two decades, Judy tracked business, workplace culture and career trends with an emphasis on work-life balance and stress management strategies. Judy also contributed to The Huffington Post, Marketplace Report, NPR, CNBC Business Radio, World Vision Report, BBC Radio 3, and News 12 Long Island.
Among her accolades: National Press Foundation Economic Fellowship, Associated Press Club, Houston International Film Festival, numerous Press Club awards and the Telly Award. Judy was also an accredited yoga teacher (RYT-200), and certified Hospice volunteer.
In 2006, she released her first CD Practical Chaos: Reflections on Resilience. Judy worked with clients across all professional sectors to help them transform and channel stress toward creativity and innovation. She facilitated stress management workshops for numerous companies and organizations including: UJA-Federation, Motorola, Orange/Rockland Utilities, Right Management, American Cancer Society, National Association of Mothers’ Centers, and Daniel Gale Real Estate.
Articles by Judy Martin
Staying focused at work is a skill, but being mindful of the choices we make is also a decision. Sometimes, the technology that connects us also frees us to multitask. But how far can we push that without suffering downside consequences?
Poor communication creates frustration and can make for inefficient interactions, inevitably leading to stress or the monkey mind of coulda, shoulda, woulda whether at work or at home.
(Editor’s Note: All of us in the TalentCulture community mourn the loss of our dear friend, brilliant colleague and mindful mentor, Judy Martin, who passed away unexpectedly on January 31, 2014. Her message and her life are a lesson for us all. We will forever fondly remember her humor, warmth and wisdom.) Emboldened with new […]
(Editor’s Note: All of us in the TalentCulture community mourn the loss of our dear friend, brilliant colleague and mindful mentor, Judy Martin, who passed away unexpectedly on January 31, 2014. Her message and her life are a lesson for us all. We will forever fondly remember her humor, warmth and wisdom.) “Sometimes one creates […]
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