There is something special about hard-working people who strive towards a common goal. In fact, it can be a thing of beauty when dedicated professionals who possess gifts and talents that are singularly unique achieve a successful and unifying result. ... Read Article
Regular routine activities are an important way to arrange our day, or the week, for a number of reasons. One of the most important, and obvious reason, is to make sure we accomplish the critical tasks that need to be done. ...Read Article
Everyone who knows me, knows that I enjoy sharing inspirational quotes and ideas from well-known thought leaders including artists, politicians, philosophers, and business leaders. ...
As we start out the New Year, it seems relevant to share my top seven with you. They may add ideas to those New Year’s resolutions we all just launched, and I hope that at least one or two of them become favorites of yours as well.Read Article
I’m always in search of ways to develop my creativity. I tell my kids all the time (and now they repeat it back to me) that nothing has been created that wasn’t first imagined. I don’t know if I coined that from someone else, but it makes sense. Letting imagination roam free is a cornerstone of creativity. But it needs the right environment to flourish....Read Article
As we are immersed in the holiday season, there are many sentiments that will be shared among friends and family, including love and a genuine sense of good cheer. But the most important feeling to be expressed will be one of gratitude....Read Article
Science is responsible for some of the most important discoveries of our time – think modern technology and advances in space and medicine. Among the most impactful discoveries is the scientific world’s ongoing, ever-evolving understanding of the brain....Read Article
I recently read the book “Linchpin,” by Seth Godin, and I was impressed and inspired by a chapter that spoke about employing emotional capital in work and elevating work to an art form. The words are challenging and thought-provoking. Work as Art. Work is Art....
Allowing yourself to become emotionally invested in your work is what elevates your performance to an art form – no matter what kind of work you do. When you are passionate about what you do, you elevate your game, seeking out and achieving a higher level of execution, thrilled by the journey.Read Article