Anytime you face an ethical dilemma, ask yourself this old chestnut: “If I go through with this, would I mind seeing it reported in tomorrow’s news?” If you answer “I’d be fine with it,” go ahead. If you’re not sure, ask yourself these four questions: “Would this decision mesh well with the organization’s mission, vision … Continue reading Help Yourself Do the Right Thing
This is a great editorial I recently read. The issue of helping the elders in our lives make choices that protect tham and the people around them is difficult. This often involves changing patterns and habits as well as loosing some indpendance. This article provides some great insights on how to influence aging parents in … Continue reading Influencing Aging Parents
I absolutely love to read motivational & inpirational work. I draw great strength & insight from these peices. One of my favorite authors, Jon Gordon has published some terrific books and articles that help center me and remind me of what’s important. The following is a great snippet from Jon on building trust. 11 WAYS … Continue reading Building Trust
A Sense of Purpose At 10 minutes to seven on a dark, cool evening in Mexico City in 1968, John Stephen Akwari of Tanzania painfully hobbled into the Olympic Stadium—the last man to finish the marathon. The winner had already been crowned, and the victory ceremony was long finished. So the stadium was almost empty … Continue reading A Sense of Purpose
Who Will Miss You? Live in such a way that people will miss you. Smile like you mean it. Be an encourager. Share your gifts and talents. Be original. Be memorable. Show people you care. Be positively contagious. Help others be there best by giving them your best. Make memories. Knowing how you want to … Continue reading Who Will Miss You?
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