Inspiring Professionals

Jim Charlier:
     jcharlier.com

Roxanne Button:
     dsynergies.com

Kelley C. Burton:
     kcb-architecture.com

Welcome to Alex on the Job...
I’m a lover, not a fighter, and I don’t think your career should be a struggle.

Maybe you think it’s impossible to love what you do, but you can take steps to get more enjoyment out of the time spent doing it.
The caliber of work you do is proportional to the quality of relationships you form on the job.

When you learn to feel for others and care about how your work affects them, you can turn colleagues into friends, family and more. 

I challenge you to:

  • be more aware of how your behaviors affect others
  • consider how feelings (yours and others) affect the work you do
  • think more about how you can help others vs. how much others can help you
  • shape your interactions so that they become experiences
Philosophy