You say you’re not tribal? Then you may be hurting your chances of living a long and healthy life. It’s a different kind of relationship — something that goes far deeper than a holiday card at Christmas or catching up on your lodge buddy’s accomplishments at the next annual convention in Biloxi.Read More
Minimalism. It’s the new, trendy lifestyle of simplicity. Pair it down, throw it out, recycle it, or give it away, it doesn’t matter, just as long as you get it out of the house. The rationale for paring down is simple: The time we spend on our unneeded or unnecessary possessions often spills over into other areas of our life …Read More
A century ago, family leadership was an obvious component in nearly every home. The family patriarch was respected for his wisdom and experience. He made the decisions concerning the family’s finances, and where and how the family would live.Read More
How’s everyone doing with the requirement to self-quarantine? It’s difficult, yes? Sequestered from our friends, work colleagues and, in many cases, our own family members, we feel separated — detached from life itself, unable to connect, and powerless to change it.Read More
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.Read More
I haven’t been back to my old hometown in years. The last few times I was there, I felt like I was visiting a graveyard—lots of buried memories and too many headstones. So it wasn’t long before I began to feel uncomfortable and knew it was time to leave. A lot of it has to do with the recollection of things left unfinished—incomplete plans, broken dreams, and lost relationships . . .Read More
Bringing formal legal action against your employer should always be considered a last resort to correcting an difficult situation or problem at work. So how do you know when it’s time to call an attorney? Here’s a three step process to help settle, manage, or otherwise negotiate a problem at work and avoid bringing the kiss of death to your career …Read More
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