Who’s talking trash, now? HYPE members are – or at least we were this past weekend. Even though we were not on a b-ball court, everyone of us on the streets was talking trash. I’d like to say it was because our super smooth dribbling and dunking skills made the crowds go wild, but there were […]
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Posted in Uncategorized on Jan 31st, 2012
In recent years, I’ve been to various business and networking luncheons that all cry out, “Don’t be afraid to use social media.” Wrong. Based on how customers of social media products can be treated should they err, users should be very afraid or at least very careful, that trying to connect and share could leave […]
How do you make it through Mondays. This is a question more people should ask because the answer critically impacts their well-being. I’ve heard that more people have heart attacks, car accidents and arguments on Mondays. I can believe it. After a weekend of leisure, too many people make it their goal to start out […]
Posted in Breaking Space :: Relationship Building & Maintenance, Spiritual & Emotional Care, Uncategorized, Winner's Rites on Sep 6th, 2010
The late Michael Jackson’s song You’re Just Another Part of Me, about sums it up. Each one of us is part of a larger race – the human race. Inclusive thinking reminds us to treat others with the same respect, dignity and concern as we’d like to enjoy. However, as the Institute for Inclusion cites, […]
The topic for last night’s episode of Working Knowledge Radio Show was “Stay In Your Lane.” This episode discussed the possible benefits of growing where you are planted and knowing when to seek greener pastures elsewhere. As an added resource for listeners, I wanted to share 7 keys to persisting on your career path.
Posted in Breaking Space :: Relationship Building & Maintenance, Uncategorized on Apr 27th, 2010
This is a tricky question. At the heart, is a bundle of mixed messages we’ve heard all our lives: “Don’t try to change people, they’ll resent you” or “Just accept people as they are.” However, we hear counseling professionals say, “You teach people how to treat you by the behavior you’re willing to accept.”
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