Why Writers Write…10 Reasons

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I write because there’s something in me that needs to come out.  I am at peace when I write. Writers write for many different reasons. Some personal, experiential, or environmental. Christine Caldalzo created a pictogram of 10 reasons writers write. Here I share 10: 10 Reasons Writers Write They love to write To express their thoughts To communicate To share experiences… Continue reading Why Writers Write…10 Reasons

What Advice Would You Give To Your Younger Self? 17 Professionals Share…

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If you could give advice to your younger self, what would it be? Life changes. We evolve, make decisions, choose careers, relationships, and enlarge our own space to embrace and create our own circle of influence including nuclear families. Recently I came across the common question about life and pondering the changes you would have made if you had the… Continue reading What Advice Would You Give To Your Younger Self? 17 Professionals Share…

The 25 Challenges Of Writing…

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Writing is a joy. Being a first time publisher is exhilarating! But what’s difficult is some parts of the writing journey. In a Public forum authors were asked what was the hardest part of writing. Many eagerly chimed in with top issues such as marketing and editing. Here I share the top 25: The Hardest Part Of Writing Marketing Building… Continue reading The 25 Challenges Of Writing…

Busy Is Good…

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Busy is good. That’s my favorite response to entrepreneurs who express that they are busy. You see, we have all been there when there is nothing to do. No job. No contract. No financial inflow. What frequently follows is sadness, apathy, boredom, inability to meet financial obligations and the list goes on. For sure that ain’t good for our mental… Continue reading Busy Is Good…

Mid-Summer Trek To Find The New…

The first step towards getting somewhere is to decide you’re not going to stay where you are J.P. Morgan My youngest turned and asked if we could go on a road trip. Absolutely yessss! Until she said she wanted to go immediately. It was Christmas Day. Brunch with the family was divine. An experience we relived year after year. Thought the little one would be … Continue reading Mid-Summer Trek To Find The New…

What Does Success Mean To You?

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Get an education. Become a lawyer, doctor, get a cool career! Marry Prince/Princess Charming. Buy that nice big house. Have the perfect kids. These are some of the wishes that moms and dads often want for their children to Jolt them to success or to Restart. But I have always stressed that you should not let anyone define what success means… Continue reading What Does Success Mean To You?

Fatherhood On Father’s Day…

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OSGThAR5Q8w How Do Dads Do Things Differently? CNN Headline news posed the question to fathers. Tune into my Conversation with Senior IT Expert Daveyton Blake who is a Father, Coach and Community young adult Mentor. Dads of all kinds will be intrigued by the intense truths explored in this interview. Listen in now and share with a dad this Father’s… Continue reading Fatherhood On Father’s Day…

Career Transition: Bezos Minimization Framework…

The first step towards getting somewhere is to decide that you are not going to stay where you are. J.P. Morgan The Regret Minimization Framework is a simple mental model to minimize the number of regrets in the long run. Jeff Bezos after a conversation with his boss asked himself what he would regret more when he was 80 years old: Trying to build something … Continue reading Career Transition: Bezos Minimization Framework…

Celebrate Achiever, Celebrate in 13 Ways

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The most beautiful things are not associated with money; they are memories and moments. If you don’t celebrate those, they can pass you by. – Alek Wek I love challenges. I set goals, and do everything to accomplish them. Then when I do, I move on to the next goal. As the head of Head of Human Resources for many… Continue reading Celebrate Achiever, Celebrate in 13 Ways

Plan A Solo Day…

If you never go, you will never know Unknown Plan a Solo Day. Yep, a Getaway all by yourself. Unaccompanied. But be very careful though, you may become a solo convert. A Solo Getaway can be used for well needed Relaxation. A Writers retreat. To reflect on a major decision; to Plan or Strategize a Career Move or Entrepreneurship venture You may also like tips … Continue reading Plan A Solo Day…

21 Leadership Habits To Avoid

Follow the leader, leader, leader. Not always. Here are Marshall Goldsmith’s 21 habits that derail effective leadership. The need to win at all costs Adding too much value (the desire to add to every discussion) Passing Judgment Making destructive comments Starting with “no”, “but” or “however” (conveys I’m right, you’re wrong) Telling the world how smart we are Speaking when angry Negativity (let me explain … Continue reading 21 Leadership Habits To Avoid

10 Challenges Graduates Face And How To Overcome The Fear…

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All you need to know is that it’s possible ~Wolf I was asked to speak with students who were about to graduate and take the steps as they embark on their career. In my curiosity to find out how to deal with their needs, I followed up with the enquiry to ascertain the major challenges they face as I spoke… Continue reading 10 Challenges Graduates Face And How To Overcome The Fear…