Category Archives: Career

How to Take Your Job and Love It – Use Your Natural Talents Not Your Acquired Skills

Ever wonder why your work tires you out so easily, or why you have no excitement for the career you have chosen? Are there certain tasks that initially felt like an exciting challenge but now feel like drudgery? Do you … Continue reading

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Forget Scheduling Success

I just finished reading the book What Alice Forgot by Laine Moriarty with my wife. It is a very good read and I recommend it to you all. This is the second book I have read by Ms. Moriarty (The … Continue reading

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What to Do, What to Be – An Activity’s Dilemma

“What do you want to be?” A common question asked by solicitous adults of bewildered children throughout their early years. I always solved the problem by jumping on my parent’s bandwagon. “A Doctor!” I would proclaim boldly and realize I … Continue reading

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How to Develop Excellence in Your Children

Periodically I run across an article in the newspaper or a magazine lamenting the state of education in the United States and how we are falling behind other countries in math, science, engineering, etc. The articles usually go on to … Continue reading

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How to Find a Satisfying Career: Putting Your Natural Skills to Work

There is an old Chinese proverb from Lao Tzu that says “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” My version would read “Give … Continue reading

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