Beyond my birthday, October has many observances that I believe in and support involving diversity, anti-bullying, anti-violence, crime prevention, LGBTQ, dropout prevention and mental health. With that in mind, I […]
Is procrastination as bad as you think it is? Does it help you or cause you problems? That depends. Sometimes procrastination can help: Do you find yourself procrastinating often? Do […]
I was having a conversation with a friend of mine about the struggle with diversity here in the United States. She asked me what I think the answer is, and […]
The month of April is both the month for sexual assault and child abuse awareness—two serious societal problems that span across many cultures. In 1987, I began working with children […]
Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow.—Ronald E. Osborn
Are you living a “comfortable” life? What exactly is a comfortable life? A comfortable life is one in which there is no excitement or challenge, but one that is safe, without fear. Is comfortable what you are seeking?
Statistics show younger people are more likely to have children than to get married. Older people who are getting involved romantically are finding it less and less reasons to get married. Why has marriage gotten such a bad reputation?
The Kaizen Way: One Small Step Can Change Your Life by Robert Maurer, Ph.D. This book is applicable to many topics including starting over. The Kaizen Way is about accomplishing […]