Monthly Archives: May 2015

Go Ahead. Write That Letter

(Letter from Eleanor Roosevelt) That’s right. Go ahead and write letters not just e-mails or texts. A friend of mine told me recently that she kept a hand-written letter from her former boss outlining the way he viewed her talents … Continue reading

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The Gift of Feedback

Think about a time when someone you respected told you that you had certain strengths but also specific areas where he or she thought you needed to develop. How did you receive this feedback? Were you defensive? “Who is she to tell … Continue reading

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When Slow is Good

Everything is so fast in our society. Remember the Slowskis, the two tortoises on the TV ad reveling in a slower paced life. Maybe there is more to the commercial than just the product being sold, faster internet service. Slow … Continue reading

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Be Creative Now. Here’s How

  Everyone can become more creative. This could  involve everything from inventing new software, decorating a home, or preparing a unique bean dish. But did you know that your creativity can be nurtured and enhanced? Here’ how. Test your creativity … Continue reading

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I Work Therefore I Am

Cedric Johnson, Ph.D and Kristine MacKain, Ph.D The other day one of the authors had a long conversation with a highly educated Mexican tour guide. We were on a seven-mile hike through a national forest near our home in Mexico. … Continue reading

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