Life Lessons About Integrity, Responsibility, and Generosity From a Small-Town Grocer and an Immigrant Gardener

As a culture, we typically hold greater expectations from those who achieve the highest levels of education, status, and compensation. But how often are we disappointed? You can impact the lives of others as a small-town neighborhood grocer, an immigrant gardener, a bank teller, or a farmer. You can do it as a teacher, a construction worker, or as the president of a Fortune 500 company …

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Turn the Page

Back in grade school, I took the dreaded “achievement test,” a standardized group of questions meant to determine a student’s knowledge about Math, English, and Science. At the bottom of each page, the instructions “Go On to the Next Page” made it clear the student was to keep working until finally reaching the last page of the section, which contained the single word, STOP …

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A 7-Step Method to Solve Life’s Major Problems

Problems are an integral part of life. Solving them is a necessary part of living. For centuries, it’s been a cultural imperative to structure our lives in such a way that we reduce the number of problems we must handle. The fewer problems we have, the better. At least that’s the premise …

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Can’t Think of Anything to be Grateful For?

Constantly dealing with negative situations can leave us feeling overwhelmed and exhausted. And at the end of the day, we’re left wondering why we’re plagued with an unfair share of difficulties and setbacks. It’s enough to make the idea of practicing gratitude one of those passing thoughts that slips through the cracks …

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What Did Your Father Do During the War?

For a group of young boys, it was a frequent topic of conversation. With each boy determined to outshine the last with tales of his dad’s heroism and bravery, we listened intently to stories of gallantry and valor, all performed under the flag of patriotism. Until it was my turn …

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I Forgot How to Say “No”

If you’re good at something, others will ask for your help. And on the surface, there’s nothing wrong with that. Helping out is part of life. But if “helping out” means sacrificing the priorities you’ve established in your own life, where do you draw the line?

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How to Tame Your Nerves Before Giving a Speech

For fifty percent of the population, giving a speech produces as much fear as facing death. And yet, responding to a speaking request can boost your career, increase your standing in the community, and enhance your personal credibility and social status. In five simple steps, you can Learn how to get those butterflies to fly in formation and be remembered as the one who rose to the occasion, didn’t hesitate, and had the courage to take the lead.

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