LBL would like to say that her years of jobs during high school and college would have prepared her for careers in both teaching and real estate. She isn't sure that is the case, other than perhaps having chosen those professions because neither involved eating fast food nor changing their diapers.
For anyone who needs proof that life can begin at 60, last week's Encore Conference 2014 in Tempe, Arizona was the place to find it.
I'm having issues. I'm worried that the medical industry might want me to worry too much about my health. A little worry is good. But constant worry? It seems as if they want me to think of nothing else but my vital signs for the rest of my life.
Businesses need to culturally understand why each group is different. What was going on as each generation was growing up? What shaped their values and morals? How do they interact with each other and corporations?
Money means more than dollars. It's tied to our sense of success, to security, to power, to independence. It can be what allows us, or stops us, from fulfilling our dream
Regardless of your feelings about this so-called "Me Generation," there are irrefutable statistics that show if you want your business to be successful in the next decade, or even to stay in business, you better not only take notice, but take action.
Today, Americans spend an estimated $6 billion annually on Halloween, making it the country's second largest commercial holiday.
Why is it so commonly accepted to have everyday workers in real world situations represent their faith whenever possible, but if a Christian chooses a career in the music industry, their music must be conforming to church praise and worship lyrical standards and style?
Mothers and fathers who practice what they preach and preach what they practice are far and away the major influence related to adolescents keeping the faith into their 20s, according to new findings from a landmark study of youth and religion.
In the early 1990s Life's Little Instruction Book by H. Jackson Brown, Jr. was a New York Times bestseller and a perfect graduation present. With its unassuming red plaid cover, the book consolidated more than 500 suggestions, observations and reminders that Brown shared with his son who was going off to college.
What I am saying is it is time to bring the same level of focused attention to these adults as we do to our traditional coming-of-age students.