Being strong and fighting through adversity surely is a sign of strength and dedication. That being said, sometimes we tend to fight adversity out of anger and resentment. When we hold on to our anger and resentment, it stays with us and creates negativity within us. This negativity will continue … [Read more...] about Letting go!
As parents, it is so important to teach our kids to be leaders and not followers. There are many reasons why we believe this. The biggest one being, we want them to think for themselves. Another is we don’t want them to be swayed by others to do things that they know is not in their best … [Read more...] about The Dancing Man – A Lesson in Leadership
Forgiving is one of the hardest things to do when you have been hurt by others. It is easy to become so angry and frustrated with the person that hurt you that you don’t have it in your heart to forgive them, and this carries with you your whole life. Even if someone apologizes for wronging you, it … [Read more...] about Forgiveness
WHAT I LEARNED FROM THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC Growing up in the 80’s the David Letterman Top Ten List was one of the funniest skits on television. Letterman would come up with the top ten things about the most ridiculous subjects. For my Wife’s 40th Birthday I did a top ten list of all … [Read more...] about PANDEMIC TOP TEN LIST – LETTERMAN STYLE
As I discussed last week, there are three types of employees: the paycheck motivated employee, and work-enthusiastic employee, and the employee that falls somewhere in the middle. In this article, I will be discussing the pros and cons that come with each type of employee. THE PAYCHECK … [Read more...] about From The Mind of the Unhappy Employee – Part 2
All Names Have Been Omitted to Maintain Anonymity As a boss, one should ask themselves if they are simply a boss, or if they are a leader too. As the employee, one should ask themselves if they are just working for a paycheck or if they are committed to their job. Working … [Read more...] about From the Mind of the Unhappy Employee
During adolescence, teenagers require a certain type of support and communication style with their parents that they can benefit from. At the same time they demand more space and independence. So it can get quite frustrating as a parent trying to understand their actions and for them to not be … [Read more...] about Things Your Teens Need Most From You
Watching a teenager grow can be very difficult for a parent. Teens are no longer kids but they are also not yet adults; teenage years are transitional years. How your child’s teen years play out is in your hands as much as it is in theirs. As your child transitions into teenage years, they will be … [Read more...] about Making A Smooth Transition From Childhood To Adulthood