INSPIRED WORK ARTICLES
This morning, I have one prayer for our country: That we find ways to collaborate and respect each other, recognizing that political differences are superficial, especially when compared to what is possible. I also pray that we recognize much of the turmoil in this country is about change.
“Generosity is giving more than you can, and pride is taking less than you need.” Khalil Gibran Giving is not a selfless act. Giving improves the lives of everyone it touches. I’ve observed that when someone has the lowest self-esteem, perhaps even self-loathing, giving is the most reliable way
Many of us don’t define what we truly want to accomplish with our lives because we believe, on some fundamental level, that the right people will not show up to help us. However, once we define what we want to accomplish, our success is purely based on the quality
Soft Skills: Personal attributes that enable someone to interact effectively and harmoniously with other people. Over the years, I’ve observed the words “soft skills” as a derogatory term, often used to dismiss entire categories of learning. This is done because the development of such skills requires courage. Learning how
The 2008 Great Recession continues to haunt virtually everyone who works and every organization that employs people. Getting through the event became a full-time job. And while that was happening, the acceleration of change grew exponentially, creating the need for behavioral change within individuals and organizations. For example, while many
The following is a stream-of-consciousness narrative about finding a purpose so compelling that I stuck with it, no matter the challenges and circumstances. After 28 years of helping people find their ideal purpose and helping them orchestrate their success, I will do my best to share what I believe