“Empty chairs. Missing loved ones. Lord, how their voices once filled the room, as their echoes fill it now.” – Mitch Albom During this time of year, many of us reflect on what we have to be thankful for. Oftentimes, we equate our thankfulness with “things” – tangible items we
The other day I came across a study originally published in the Harvard Business Review, which draws a conclusion about “nice guys” that truly surprised me. “Results showed that more agreeable — i.e. nicer and friendlier — men earned significantly less than other men. This isn’t typically true for young
“Remember not to care about the things you don’t even care about.” – Cleo Wade, Heart Talk I was recently told that I complain a lot. While one’s immediate reaction is to become defensive and try to argue against the accusations laid against you, age has taught me it’s futile.
“People have got to learn: if they don’t have cookies in the cookie jar, they can’t eat cookies.” – Suze Orman My grandmother was the third of nine children. While her parents provided all the basic necessities (most of all love), at the end of the day I’m not sure
“A good leader must understand what makes a good life and how to help people find that. A leader’s job is not to provide a paycheck and benefits: It’s about helping people be truly happy and find meaning in their work and life. When a leader succeeds with this, it