Coach Lily Quadrupled

Be a Copycat!

Posted Posted in Leadership, organization culture, Team Work, Values

Many people struggle to reach success because they refuse or are unable to see the obvious path. First, determine your goal and write it down. Reflect on these questions: Why did you choose this goal? How does it fit within the big picture of your life? What do you hope to accomplish, specifically? How will […]

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Family Dinner: More Than Forks and Knives

Posted Posted in Family, Personal Freedom, Personal Growth, Values

Mackensie Griffin’s ‘No Place For Discontent’: A History Of The Family Dinner In America from NPR NEWS recalls the beginning of family dinners as a cornerstone of family life after the 18th century, in which they became “the thing” as dining tables and dining rooms began to accommodate a whole family at once. This shift […]

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Book John Maxwell

Living the Law

Posted Posted in Leadership, Personal Growth, Team Work

On John C. Maxwell’s 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership Law # 12 The Law of Empowerment, Only Secured Leaders Give Power to Others. Law # 12 is the law that really helped me to become more comfortable with how I empower others around me now. Although I never thought of myself as being insecure, it […]

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Parents and children

The Role of Parents: Friend or Authority?

Posted Posted in Family

My Reflection on H. Leo Boles’ article “The Need for Parental Authority” found here. “Parents are responsible for the life and oftentimes the destiny of their children.”~H. Leo Boyles When children become adults, most of them, when speaking of their childhood and adolescence, seem to report a common thread. The adults report they needed their […]

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