The longer I live, the more I realize that a life is always 'UNDER CONSTRUCTION' so it's important to engage in the following.
Hierarchy does not tell you where the power and knowledge are located; you have to do some homework if you need to find where they are in an organization.
As I was looking for a quote for an article I was writing I was amazed at the volume of wisdom that came from Benjamin Franklin and I thought I would share 32 of the best of them. Although he lived in the 1700's much of the wisdom is just as relevant today as was back then.
An alarming amount of our population suffers from insomnia or reports having low quality sleep. Sometimes after having a busy day I used to get in bed...
I was part of that Silent Generation born in 1923. Hard to believe now that I'm 93 and in what they call the twilight years and I have a better word for those years -- the years ahead, because I'm far from finished. Whatever is out there, I'm ready.
o be human is to accept that we exist as a rainbow of emotions. To be human is to embrace, without rejection - the principle of trust and acceptance.
From my recent experience of Life, I have come to see that that is a very common way of being wherein people feel that it is necessary to be say som...
What is freedom? From the small personal freedoms to the grander notion of political liberty, freedom is defined as many things. Many would de...
No matter the size of the wave or its intensity, the beach gladly accepts each one as an offering from the sea. I smile and feel the rise of gratitude in my body for this lesson and for my teacher, the seashore. Without any fanfare, the sea meets the land and the message is simple: welcome everything.
I've never been interested in politics, but can't help it these days, after hearing what's going on between our presidential nominees on the news. I'm sure you're hearing all about it, too. As a reader, I've heard different, negative things about Hillary Clinton, and what's even sadder is hearing it from other women!
Dave Kerpen, Founder & CEO of Likeable Local, a social media agency and NY Times best-selling author recently published; "The Art of People: 11 Simple People Skills That Will Get You Everything You Want."
Her reaction reminded me we should approach each day as an adventure in which the outcome isn't always certain. My daughter makes me a better person simply by being herself.
Over the years I have questioned a hundred times what my path is because everything I was told I should do didn't feel right to me.
Conclusion: Considering the subject of luck can help us appreciate the moment and increase our compassion toward people who are less fortunate.
We humans runneth over with old, unprocessed, undeleted news. As fast as things happen in our modern world, it's no wonder that we race on as if nothing has happened at all.
Microaggressions. Trigger warnings. Safe spaces. These are among the latest entries in the ever-expanding lexicon of campus censorship. There appears to be a new free speech crisis on campus, and it seems largely due to demands from a new generation of students to be protected from offensive ideas, emotional triggers, and feelings of being intellectually unsafe.
We measure ourselves, and our self-worth by standards that are not even real. We are indeed our own worst critic. It's our own perspective, our own internal dialogue, our own head... It's simply us.
By understanding how this innate ability works for regulating feelings during intense moments, we can learn how to draw boundaries before entering a place of emotional overload.
What is the Fox News effect? What causes it? originally appeared on Quora: the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by pe...
Neuroscientists, like myself, are asking questions about the essential characteristics of consciousness, and the extent to which it is dependent on activity in the brain.