October 28 , 2018 /

KINDNESS IN 55 WORDS

Kindness does not have a price tag.  It cannot be bought nor traded. One human being reaches out to another with love and compassion,   Whether words of gratitude, appreciation or recognition, or a selfless act of giving with no strings attached, being kind in one moment makes the world a brighter, better place.  Your turn.

October 27 , 2018 /

EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED

This is a rather long post, more of an essay than a blog.  So, you can skip the details and cut to the lessons learned and where do we go from here (wherever you are) and go to the last paragraph or two.  On the other hand, if you are a sucker for details and

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October 21 , 2018 /

10 LIFE TRANSITIONS

Every one of us goes through and, in fact, we are going through various life transitions, much of the time, one way or another. Living is organic & dynamic, seldom static or unchanging. We often see people not preparing for whatever might be next and there is one compelling reason. It is not knowing what

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September 19 , 2018 /

12 LIFE LESSONS

Learn. Grow. Change.  All of us who are committed to lifelong learning continue to add to and subtract from our repertoire and our portfolios.  We jettison a lot of what we don’t need and invent something new for that which we discard.  A current “Leadership and Design” newsletter (www.leadershipanddesign.org) is dedicated to “Do A Lot

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September 14 , 2018 /

WHAT DO YOU NEED?

I subscribe to several weekly emails from people who usually have something of value to share. Being a deliberate, lifelong learner, I relish the opportunity to pick up information that will help me and others to learn, grow and change.  One of those people is Whitney Johnson who, in this week’s email newsletter, offered up

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September 7 , 2018 /

GOING OFF THE RAILS

There has been a lot said recently about someone going off the rails.  We know generally what that means in terms of losing direction, being disabled from further progress.  What happens when we’re the ones who have either lost traction or direction or even purpose?  What then? Most of us have had some kind of

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