Thanks!

Posted Posted in Accountability, healthy living, Personal Growth, Values

…Thanks for the memory of sentimental verse, nothing in my purse. and chuckles when the preacher said for better or for worse… How lovely it was. …. Thanks for the memory of faults that you forgave, of rainbows on a wave, and stockings in the basin when a fellow needs a shave Thank you so […]

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What’s the Matter with Kids Today?

Posted Posted in Personal Growth, Teens, Values, Young Adults

“In our day, young people were more industrious…more obedient… more yadda, yadda…” Parents and other elders love to spread rumors and bad reports about young people today. They paint a nostalgic picture of how in their day, they were all hard-working individuals who stayed out of trouble with their noses to the grindstone. It’s difficult […]

Crayons

Creativity and Leadership

Posted Posted in Goal Setting, Leadership, Personal Growth

Creativity, as has been said, consists largely of rearranging what we know in order to find out what we do not know. Hence, to think creatively, we must be able to look afresh at what we normally take for granted. ~George Kneller Do you find yourself always playing catch up?  Are always marveling over the […]

Mona Lisa

New Year New You

Posted Posted in Goal Setting, Leadership, Personal Growth

Between 25 and 40 percent of Fortune 500 companies use executive coaches, according to the Hay Group, a major human-resources consultancy. Lee, Hecht, Harrison, the world’s leading career management firm, derives a full 20% of its revenues from executive coaching. (The Business Case for Coaching by David Lassiter) Want to know the secret behind Leonardo […]