Archive for the ‘Working’ Category

Note: This post is written by Diana Beyer Most people hate Scarlet O’Hare. I found her interesting when I first read Gone with the Wind. She reminded me of a fellow student – totally self-centered, but creative and clever, even in her shallowness. Other plots and characters have provided insights and skill development that cause me  [ Read More ]

Categories: Learning, Working

Note: This post is written by Patrick Cole Where are you? Of course, you are some place on this planet. But where are you in your mind, heart and soul? Are you where you want to be in your personal and professional life? Do you know where you want to go from this point? And  [ Read More ]

Categories: Purpose, Working

Note: This post is written by Matt Karamazov If we did all the things that we were capable of, we would literally astound ourselves. – Thomas Edison You may know Jack Canfield as a co-author of the phenomenal “Chicken Soup for the Soul” series, but he has written many other worthwhile books as well. The Chicken  [ Read More ]

Categories: Attitude, Working

5 Things Holding You Back

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Note: This post is written by Dave Getman If you feel like you’re running in place, consider taking a moment to pause and reflect on your life. Did you expect to have achieved more by this age? What’s holding you back? Consider the following five factors. 1. Too Many Projects To say that you “have to  [ Read More ]

Categories: Attitude, Working

Note: This post is written by Adam Mann College years are something that many people remember with a smile of happiness all their lives. Well, they mostly remember partying, meeting life-long friends and romantic adventures. In between those fun things, students have to squeeze the actual studying. Many of them do it so skillfully, that their professors  [ Read More ]

Categories: Time management, Working

Note: This post is written by Rick Riddle Finding the time to do the things we really want to do is easy; finding the time to do the things we don’t like – not so much. People who love yard work have great-looking yards, although their home interiors may be a mess. They may have the  [ Read More ]