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  • We’re Positive You Can Get Smarter!

    NY Times posted an article recently asking the question, Can you get smarter? Of the many interesting ideas presented in the article, the notion that possessing a positive attitude toward learning is key to remaining mentally fit. Success conscience suggests that a positive attitude strongly affects constructive and creative thinking. Mayo Clinic confirms ...

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  • Young At Any Age

    Remember when 30 was the new 20? That trend seemed to last for about 10 years in the 80’s and then quickly morphed into 40 as the new 30, somewhere in the 90’s. Now, in an accelerated version, 60 has somehow become the new 40. And on we go. Do we see a trend? It’s no surprise that the age of what determines old and young has been blurred many times over...

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  • Leading Millennials

    In the last post, we discussed that a leader is defined as a person who guides or directs a group according to dictionary.com. While this is a simple enough definition, leadership styles vary significantly and generationally. Conferences and classes, seminars and videos are dedicated to improving the approach and technique of leadership. Every generation h...

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  • How I Lead & Who Leads Me?

    A leader is defined as a person who guides or directs a group according to dictionary.com. While this is a simple enough definition, leadership styles vary significantly and generationally. Conferences and classes, seminars and videos are dedicated to improving the approach and technique of leadership. If you Google leadership styles you will find 31,500,0...

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  • Keeping & Breaking Tradition

    We Boomers are no strangers to breaking away from the norm. How our parents engaged politics, professionalism, religion and childrearing are not the ways in which we chose to engage. Sometimes it seems that we made protest part of our culture, the very essence of our DNA. We boldly confronted injustices, dared to change social norms and bent the rules as n...

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