A Question of Degree (Your Child’s)
A college degree has generally been thought by parents and students to be the path to a better career, and by employers as a reliable predictor of performance. The value of that degree, however, is coming into question. A short article from HBR explores the question of whether higher education
Have You Identified Your “Why”?
Successful people usually have a well-defined purpose in life. That they have one and that it’s well defined is usually quite clear, but how he or she arrived at it often isn’t. Here’s a compelling graphic that may help you or a young person in your life understand how to
Looking Forward to Your Future – Do You Wanna Be an Old Master?
Not only can you expect to live longer than your parents, you can expect a longer retirement and maybe a second career if you want (or need to because the first one did not provide enough for your to retire on). To get ready for that day, check out this
Giving Feedback – Are you a Leader?
“It is one of the severest tests of friendship to tell your friend of his faults. If you are angry with a man, or hate him, it is not hard to go to him and stab him with words; but so to love a man that you cannot bear to
The REAL Joan Rivers
The unexpected death of iconic comedian Joan Rivers brought the usual torrent of information from celebrity sources that either did not know her, wish they did, wished they didn’t …or wished she knew them! One of the more thoughtful tributes to Rivers came from someone who actually knew her well.