Attention Deficit Disorder, or ADD for its acronym, is a label of lack and dysfunction by society. Just as everyone else, ADDers have their strengths and weaknesses in character, personality and traits. One such gift, usually not recognized or valued as one, is the gift of storytelling. Storytelling, not in the sense of spinning a … [Read more…]
Does the expression “single and happy” sound like an oxymoron to you? Are you weary of others (especially other singles) reinforcing the belief that singles cannot be happy? Do you find yourself always planning for the future or putting things off until you “are married and settled? Do you often have a sense that the … [Read more…]
I have been a business owner for about a minute. In fact, that would probably be quite generous if you compared me to the business moguls out here or anywhere for that matter. But in spite of that fact, I probably know a lot about business, more than I realize and much more than you … [Read more…]
This sports cliche is a memorable phrase that reminds people that team success is more important than individual glory. In that sense it is wonderful and is as true for business teams as it is for sports teams. The phrase, however, overlooks the role of the individual in making the team stronger.
Those who have the desire to work for themselves, or in effect run their own business, go through numerous stages.
Now is an excellent time to have your child’s vision checked. Don’t be too quick to say, “My child’s vision is fine: 20/20!” In many cases that is not enough.
According to researchers, most children enter school with a good sense of self-esteem (at least as defined by psychologists) and yet leave high school with a poor sense of self-esteem. What happens in those years between starting school and finishing school?
Research literature, recent books, and common sense, all point to the fact that there are different types, or styles, of ADHD. In the past we referred to Attention Deficit Disorder: Inattentive Type, or Impulsive/Hyperactive Type, or a Combined Type. Today the diagnostic differences are a bit less clear, but the reality doesn’t change.
Ethnic traditions, customs, and attitudes carry forward our family values. Paying tribute to family heritage and tradition also gives our children a strong sense of family ties. Our roots make us what we are, and showing respect for ancestral traditions gives the interior of your home a special individuality.
So, you´ve been around for a while, and maybe even made a few bucks, but you still need something… well here are four magic tips: