Today is the third Monday in February. By federal law and most state laws, it is a holiday. And most people refer to that holiday as Presidents Day (or President’s Day or Presidents’ Day – most places can’t agree on Continue reading
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is one of the most inspiring leaders in American history. As we mark this national celebration of his life and legacy, here’s a quote to inspire all of us to keep moving forward and make Continue reading
Healthy people are generally happier and more productive in life than those who are not. This is common sense, but we here in America need to hear such truths again and again nonetheless. Before I get too deep into this Continue reading
The late Jim Rohn was one of the greatest personal development gurus in the 20th century. I absolutely love listening to him to this day. Here’s a clip of some great, practical, and funny wisdom from Jim Rohn… Best wishes Continue reading
A couple years ago, my wife bought me the iPad 2. I’m now a huge fan! I absolutely love the iPad. I’ve found it to be a great tool to enhance my productivity at work. Perhaps you just got an Continue reading
To all of my readers, allow me to wish you and your loved ones a safe, prosperous, and healthy 2014. Happy New Year!
Allow me to take this opportunity to wish all my readers a safe and enjoyable Christmas.
Today (December 14) marks the anniversary of George Washington’s death, for it was on this day in 1799 that the United States of America lost its “father” and the greatest statesman it ever produced. As he lay on his deathbed, Continue reading
Too many people go through life carrying bitterness and unresolved anger toward those who did them wrong. Of all the wonderful things being said of the recently departed Nelson Mandela, perhaps the most moving tributes pertain to Mandela’s decision to Continue reading
It is perhaps the most unappealing and unattractive thing you can do and yet everyone does it….at least to some degree. The “it” I’m talking about is complaining. Yes, we all do it. The prevalence of complaining is what led Jane Continue reading