“Millennials can be very hardworking, but it’s easier to tell the story of the ones who are entitled.” –Kathryn Minshew My company is a solutions based coaching and training company. We take leadership lessons and present them in ways
In my town, each month one of the movie theatres has been playing old classic movies as well was some that were popular in the past decade. A few weeks ago I went to see Valkyrie on a particularly wide
What do Lee Rigby and Allison Parker have in common? I know this was a couple of years back, but when you give it some thought and consider the creation of our digital selves…it is turning out to be a
I am always going on about the dangers of social media, its power to addict and co-opt lives of its adherents and leave them with a lack of depth in relationships that has seldom been seen in the human experience.
We all recognize the importance of emotions and feelings. This goes for both negative and positive ones. When something negative happens, it is a good thing that our emotions alert us.
Over the past few years, we have all heard or been told that we need to say “yes” more often. Now I am not going to sit here and tell you that there is no value to positivity. I have
Two women and a food truck, the spread of cultural appropriation. Hey guys, I know this could be a hot topic for some people. It is never my intention to offend anyone, in the least. That being said, in this
Gene Autry once sang a song, with the lyrics, “I got spurs that jingle, jangle, jingle…As I go ridin’ merrily along…” Now it is our mobile devices…phones and email alerts that go jingle jangle jingle…
I was hoping to write an upbeat article, something about how all of our choices are our own, and that we are all trying to do the right thing…always…and how things are bound to get better in the months ahead.
My father, a man raised in an era of plantation homes and a gentility long lost, a man who somehow managed to get smarter the older I grew. He said on more than one occasion, that the measure of a