Entries Categorized as 'Zines in 2007'

Striving With Purpose

Date December 25, 2007

Striving and Thriving Often people attempt to live their lives backwards; they try to have more things, or more money, in order to do more of what they want so they will be happier. The way it actually works is the reverse. You must first be who you really are, then, do what you need […]

Rabbi Shmuley Asks: Who Do You Want To Be?

Date December 25, 2007

The Mentorship Approach With Kids & Teens Rabbi Shmuley Boteach is the star of the television show Shalom in the Home. He visits families and helps them solve ongoing conflicts and learn to enjoy each other more. His approach to family relationships, and to parenting in particular, is based on instilling values and developing character, […]

Harness The Power Of Growth

Date December 25, 2007

The Mentorship Approach With Teams & Groups There is a risk involved in helping your team members grow and develop. They can grow beyond their position. They can grow beyond your business or organization. I experienced this personally as co-owner of a child development center.

Shredding Accomplished!

Date December 19, 2007

Elephant Burgers Shredding Update  Today I finished the pile of shredding I first wrote about October 19. Today is December 19. It took me that long to get through the pile. I didn’t realize back then I had a small trash can nearly full of papers to shred. I was only looking at the stack […]

Time For A Change?

Date December 18, 2007

Pursuit of Happiness: Work & Play “So if the college your kids go to isn’t that important, what is the key to helping them be successful in life? I am convinced it is largely one thing: encouraging them to discover their true calling – the one thing that totally engages their interest and passion. If […]

Thoughts On Giving

Date December 18, 2007

Pursuit of Happiness: Money Many experts on personal finance, money management, and building wealth teach a common theme. They say giving is an important part of the foundation to a healthy relationship with money. I say “relationship with money” because they write about money as a force, something along the lines of a river. It […]

Recovered Time

Date December 18, 2007

Elephant Burgers One common concern of people who are looking to make exciting changes in their lives is finding the time to make it happen. One of the best ideas I’ve heard for having enough time is to “recover” it.

Intention Means Effort

Date November 23, 2007

Striving and Thriving The thing you set your mind on is the thing you ultimately become.             ~ Nathaniel Hawthorne What more needs to be said? In this Age of The Secret and The Law of Attraction—much. 

A Season of Giving

Date November 23, 2007

The Mentorship Approach With Kids & Teens Hanukah, Christmas, and Kwanzaa are coming. Are your kids making lists of things they want? It’s a season of giving, and they know there’s no giving without receiving! Aren’t they helpful? If you want to help your children see life more from the giver’s side, here are some […]

What Motivates Your Team Members?

Date November 23, 2007

The Mentorship Approach With Teams & Groups Getting your team on board with a new program or project can be a challenge. When it comes to motivation, there isn’t one answer. What works best for you, or even for most people, won’t work for everyone. Get familiar with your team members and the things that […]