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I loved school. I am so glad I passed that on to my kids. They, like me, love learning. I always felt proud when I knew something. It gave me

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Do You Have A “Summer Slow Down”?

Summer is meant to be a time of relaxing, slowing down, and enjoying some well-deserved rest. Yet oftentimes we end up pushing off the relaxation, the things we want to do but

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Do Companies Forget About The Working Dads?

The world is changing and slowly but surely, companies are following suit. I love hearing about all the new programs that enable working moms to both work and be a new

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Do You Inspire Kindness?

It’s an interesting question, isn’t it? Do you inspire kindness?  I was at the supermarket yesterday and feeling a bit impatient with the ridiculously slow woman before me in the checkout

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What Can A Change Do For You?

You have likely heard the great quote by Heraclitus, a Greek philosopher: “Change is the only constant in life.”  It’s simple and true. I’ve encountered this quote at many points during my life

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What’s The Point Of Social Media?

Do you spend too much brain power on your social media strategy? Do you ask yourself questions like… what platforms should I be on? How often should I post? What hashtags

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Are You Taking These Key People For Granted?

Mother’s day always gets me thinking. Ever notice we are hardest on those we are closest to? Whether we are letting our mood out all over them, forgetting to say

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Close Connections In A Virtual World

I met Jordan Harbinger years ago. I’m not exactly sure how many years ago but back then, he was just dating his now-wife, Jenny. So it has been a while. We first connected so

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Is It Worth Going The Extra Mile?

Can you think of a time when you went the extra mile? I don’t mean literally. I am definitely not a runner. What I mean is the figurative mile of putting in more effort than is necessarily required.

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