With the perfect mix of fact and fiction, author Lea Brovedani’s new book entitled Trusted – A Leader’s Lesson delivers an enjoyable story and lessons (should you choose to see them) on how to increase, maintain and sustain trust in any relationship. Drawing from techniques in Appreciative Inquiry, Emotional Intelligence and … Continue reading Trust is a Must
If you have ever felt like the worst parent in the world – you are not alone. At one point or another I am sure we have all wondered what the heck we signed up for and where the definitive manual that will lead us to our parenting award is … Continue reading Developing Capable Kids – Parenting Tips
When you want to be more of something, go to the pros – that’s what I did when I wanted to add a little more ‘funny’ to my everyday life and work. Dan Licoppe is the author of the recently published book, Unleash your Inner Comedian. Dan insists that we have all … Continue reading Find Your Funny
Whether you have been on a date recently or if you are like me and haven’t been on one in 25 years, whether you have kids that are dating or may date one day – you will learn something from reading May I Kiss You by Mike Domitrz. After receiving a … Continue reading An Intimate Question
Inspired by the book This I Believe: The Personal Philosophies of Remarkable Men and Women and it’s sequel which revealed insights from ‘regular’ men and women, I poised this question to a group of open-minded folks. Their first responses were the typical, off the cuff, humorous types of answers. They answered things … Continue reading What do you believe?
A perennial best seller recently found its way to my desk, A Whack on the Side of the Head – How you can be more creative. By Roger von Oech. And though some of the ideas seem a little – well, whacked, there are some great nuggets to be pulled … Continue reading Whack – How You Can be More Creative!