Don’t fall in love with giving advice. Give advice from a position of humility. It’s heady to have someone seek your advice. Keep your feet on the ground.Read More THE GIFTS OF LEADERSHIP: HOW TO GIVE ADVICE THAT PEOPLE RESPECT
#FlashbackFriday: Grandma Edition. Largely because they think life should be fair, children tend to complain a lot. In fact, whenever you encounter adults who complain a lot about the many inequities and injustices that have beset their lives or the bad hand of cards they’ve been dealt, you can bet you have encountered adults who […]Read More #flashbackfriday Grandma Edition
According to a public income statement, more than 94% of Young Living’s 2 million members made less than $1 in 2016, while less than 1/10 of 1% earned more than a million dollars. Everyone in the industry avoids any comparison to pyramid schemes, which are illegal, but the similarities are hard to ignore. “You have the two legs of your pyramid,” a doTerra employee told me, “I mean, not a pyramid, but, you know, it has a triangular shape.”Read More How Essential Oils Became the Cure for Our Age of Anxiety
“Let the children come to me and do not hinder them for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these.” -Luke 18: 15-16Read More One Man
Is there a better way I can say this? The best way to improve the skill of wordcraft is reading and listening to other speakers.Read More 3 Speaking Secrets from Abraham Lincoln
Every year on September 11 there are cries, articles, and social media memes saying We Remember, We’ll Never Forget. But do we really remember?Read More Do We Really Remember?
A similar 8.2 earthquake with an epicenter at California’s Salton Sea would travel north along the San Andreas fault into central California, causing massive devastation along the way. http://thefederalistpapers.org/us/could-an-8-2-magnitude-earthquake-devastate-californiaRead More Could an 8.2 Magnitude Earthquake Devastate California?
“d” by Pat Sajak, September 4, 2017 On this Labor Day my thoughts are with a laborer I wish I had taken the time to know better: For much of my life, I carried an extra letter with me. It was a “d.” My name was Patrick Sajdak, S-a-j-d-a-k. It was pronounced as it is […]Read More The Blessings of America