The most valuable things in life aren’t things! Over time, we tend to lose interest in new toys, gadgets, and clothes. And each of these eventually wears out. Fond memories, on the other hand, just get better with time. Keep this in mind when it comes to holiday giving. Make some of your gifts experiences […]
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The Importance of Having a Purpose* What’s your purpose? If you can answer this question, there’s a growing body of research showing that you will likely: Live longer. Sleep better and feel more relaxed when you’re awake. Reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s disease by more than 50%. Enjoy better overall health. Have more friends. Feel […]
The second of a two-part conversation that Gloria McDonald, MSOD and I had with host Karen Delk, MBA, PCC on Karen’s New Beginnings Show. Our topic was power, privilege, and inclusion in the workplace.
The first in a two-part conversation with Karen Delk, MBA, PCCand Gloria McDonald, MSOD on Karen’s New Beginnings show.
Little children don’t misbehave, they do what comes naturally. They depend upon us to teach them EVERYTHING! Children mirror us: We are our child’s role model. We need to behave in the way we’d like them to behave. If we want our child to be civil and kind and respectful, we need to consistently demonstrate […]
Love Your Pet Week: Tips for coping with the loss of a pet Don’t be surprised if losing your pet hurts more than when you lost a human family member. It is absolutely normal for some people who lose their animal companion to find this loss hurts more than when they lost a human loved one. […]
Nurturing Our Child’s Self-Esteem First and most important, never attack your child personally: Imagine what it feels like to be called dumb, stupid, lazy, weak, or any other name by your mom or dad. Make a commitment to never verbally assault your child. It helps to give your child feedback so they develop positive behaviors—“shhh, […]
Finding the Strength to Apologize When we apologize after making an error, we demonstrate strength rather than weakness. Many people seem confused about this, perhaps because we so rarely see public figures apologize. Most of us will agree that attempts to deny or justify a mistake only further damage credibility. Apology lays the cornerstone for […]
Is your workplace somewhere you feel safe, respected, valued, and empowered to do your best work? Given that most U.S. adults spend much of their waking hours on the job, it’s a question well worth asking. When you consider that one in five of those adults experience a mental health condition, it becomes even more urgent. While […]