A very quick and powerful exercise to help us clarify what it is that we want out of life and, hopefully, that will keep us from ending up with the wish list above, is this classic one: write your own eulogy. Here is the exercise.
Let’s face it: sexism is real. There have been studies, research, personal accounts, and you might’ve experienced it for yourself firsthand. As a woman in the workforce, dealing with everyday sexism can be hard; whether it be subtle comments directed towards you, or being expected to do the office housework. But, while our society may… Read more »
Failure of the U.S. Legal System: From an archaeological perspective, the violence against protesters fighting for their cultural heritage in North Dakota (ND) has resulted from the failure of the U.S. legal system. The completion of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) would make the pipeline go across more than 200 waterways, which requires permits… Read more »
For many, the end of the year holiday season is a great time for celebration, delicious food and family gatherings. But for others it’s a time wrought with stress, worry, anger and sadness.
The world needs better role models and learning about how to think and act assertively that will benefit everyone around us. Without understanding what it is and how it works, we keep ourselves in the dark.
Discovering your personal brand starts with an understanding of your authentic self and of how others perceive you.
If you’re government employee tasked with handling citizen communications and alerts, or work in public safety, you might want to consider attending International Wireless Communications Expo.
Social gatherings at work are intended to be fun and enjoyable. Take heed of these simple tips so that you don’t create any unnecessary stress at work.
Do you want to be energized, relaxed, focused or creative? The rhythms and tempos of musical sound can assist us in setting and maintaining our attention and focus by giving us that needed perk when we’re dragging or helping us to find peace and calm when we’re over-energized in some way.
Citizens need to understand and measure the outcomes of policies we vote for. How can modern governments cut through the noise and speak effectively to the citizens they represent?