It wasn’t until I met STACI DANFORD at a Highly Paid Expert workshop in November 2019 and heard her story that I really started to understand the healing role of gratitude thinking in the brain. It was so powerful that I asked her to share her inspirational story in this blog. I especially enjoyed her animated […]
We have all had amazing experiences, troubling times, and soul-searching moments. What builds character is how we channel and use those moments to become a better person and to help and inspire others. These blogs are meant to inspire reflection, to offer inspiration, and to encourage self-improvement. I encourage you to join this journey with me by sharing similar experiences.
We all know that COVID-19 has proven to be a formidable adversary–causing the deaths of many and the destruction of businesses–leaving millions unemployed. I am one of those casualties. After 22 years of service, I was
There is no side-stepping the difficulties people must endure during this time. It takes grit, optimism, and a plan to get beyond setbacks. Focus on what you can do to make your life better. The pendulum does swing, and things will get back to normal; however,it will be a different kind of normal, and
Occasionally we all need a “confidence boost.” Consider our fifteen (15) tips when your confidence has been challenged. Share your tips as well.
Wisdom encompasses so much that it is one of those qualities that is difficult to define; however, it is easy to recognize it. This page shares 15 thoughts on wisdom for you to ponder.
What is a “years of service” pin? A service (or recognition) pin recognizes that a member has served a notable number of years in an organization and that service is appreciated. It also says that the organization has successfully retained a member for a long period of time. This demonstrates that the organization is deserving […]
It is no wonder that Randi Fine’s poster hit me in such a special way. It is almost as if Tabitha’s spirit directed me to a poster that reflects my mantra and shows she is still caring and present. The photo has an uncanny
Are we making life too complicated? Take a moment to reflect on simpler times, and see if it can help you regroup and destress. Twenty-five years ago, Robert Fulghum published a simple credo—a credo that became the phenomenal #1 NY Times bestseller: “All I Really Need to Know I Learned in
Has your favorite playtime or interest as a child impacted the career path you are following today? If there has been no connection, perhaps it is time there was. Many search and search and search for that meaningful career, and then find that it was based on a childhood interest or favorite activity all along. […]
My childhood was all about the “why” word. Perhaps that is why in my seminar presentations and written works I have a tendency to constantly “explain” things and not just give direct answers. I want to know (and I want you to know) why the answer is the answer or why the rule of behavior […]