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Do something for you each and every day

Do something for you each and every day

I got a call a few weeks back from a friend of mine about his daughter.  He was concerned because she was in a job that she did not like and all she does is work and come home and sleep.  Saturday and Sundays were spent with the vast majority of the day being in bed. She would come down and eat, engage in conversation and back... Read More »

Milestones

Milestones

Sometimes in the course of living, we forget how important our lives are in the whole scheme of things. This past week we celebrated the 50th wedding anniversary of one of my cousins.  A really beautiful couple, beautiful kids, beautiful grandkids, everyone did well.  This was kind of a mini family reunion so it was good laughs,... Read More »

Multitasking Makes You Stupid – Replay

Multitasking Makes You Stupid – Replay

In February of 2003, Sue Shellenbarger wrote an article entitled “New Studies Show Pitfalls Of Doing Too Much at Once.”  As you can imagine, the article went viral the old-fashioned way–it was copied and pass around.  In the article Sue states “A growing body of scientific research shows one of jugglers’... Read More »

Reputation Manager…thy name is Google

Reputation Manager…thy name is Google

In our “Resumes, Bios, and Linkedin–what’s your story” workshop we refer to Google as a reputation manager.  People are becoming more comfortable with starting some type of relationship online.  Pew Research says 57 percent of Internet users use search engines to find information about potential employees, employers,... Read More »

Expose each generation

Expose each generation

What does it mean to be exposed to something?  I watched with pride, this past week the coverage of the Olympics.  I was proud of all the participants who had toiled over the past four years or more to get to this spot. But to see Gabby Davis and Cullen Jones made me as a father especially proud. Cullen Jones almost drowned as... Read More »

Altruistic Leadership Congratulates Gabrielle Douglas

Altruistic Leadership Congratulates Gabrielle Douglas

Gabrielle Douglas Becomes 1st Black Woman To Win Gold In All-Around Event!   ... Read More »

Stocks Perform Better [When] Women Are on Company Boards

Stocks Perform Better [When] Women Are on Company Boards

Tell me something I don’t already know.  Companies with women on their boards performed better in challenging markets than those with all-male boards in a study suggesting that mixing genders may temper risky investment moves and increase return on equity. Check out this video from Bloomberg.  We invite your comments. Enjoy... Read More »

Who’s Getting Paid

Who’s Getting Paid

Who’s getting paid based on college degree?  Would you be surprised to know that Economist, Engineers, and Accountants have the highest salaries–probably not.  Checkout this Infographic courtesy of AllInfographics - Enjoy!     ... Read More »

The Invisible Men Project by Jonathan Mathis

The Invisible Men Project by Jonathan Mathis

Jonathan Mathis is an incredible artist, outstanding photographer & graphic designer, and webmaster (he is the creator of this site), Jonathan is also a thoughtful creative genius.  I known and worked with Jonathan for the past 7+ years.  The projects he takes on and launches result  in social good.  Checkout his latest... Read More »

Great advice from Ursula Burns and others!

Great advice from Ursula Burns and others!

  Xerox – CEO – Ursual Burns“If you have a chance to speak, you should speak” Watch Ursula Burns on PBS. See more from Makers: Women Who Make America.     ING Foundation – President – Rhonda Mims     Miami Heat – Alonzo Mourining   Ram Charan – Be Responsible... Read More »

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