As an entrepreneur, I look at this poem and I see all the lessons it has for entrepreneurs. I know that sometimes life is hard, but my business will survive. I know that there are always people looking at me as a role model and that obligates me to be a good and ethical entrepreneur. I know that no matter how hard life gets, my business and I can keep moving forward. So, the question for you this magnificent day is what lessons have you learned from the staircase in this poem?Continue reading →
It is terrific to succeed at work by respecting those in authority.Continue reading →
The trick is to find a way to take action now every day no matter what is going on. Today is just a regular day full of regular things and regular people. My to-do list is longer than it should be. Often when our to-do lists are long we get stuck like a deer in headlights. We know that we have a lot to do. We know that we need to get busy doing things. But, we are unable to move. This is a serious problem.Continue reading →
It is wonderful to know that work can help you be self-sufficient, so get a good attitude.Continue reading →
It is terrific to know that you can use your phone as a personal organizer and keep your life in order. Today, most busy people carry a smart phone with them at all times. Often the phone is with its owners more than anything else the person owns. For this reason, it makes sense to use the phone as a personal organizer as much as possible.Continue reading →
It is fantastic to know there are at least five reasons to be grateful for work.Continue reading →
It is fantastic to celebrate the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. by celebrating the service your children do for the family.
In January of each year, attention turns to thoughts of Martin Luther King Jr and community service. Conversations take place in real life and in cyberspace about the importance of being of service to others. Mothers happily share stories of the wonderful service projects their children create or complete.Continue reading →
It is wonderful to sit down and examine the numbers behind our thoughts, ideas, and opinions.
Numbers, numbers, numbers, I really like numbers. I am the kind of person who does calculus for fun at home when I am bored. (Though with four kids, a husband, a dog, and a cat, I don’t get bored often.) Often people are surprised to learn I like numbers because I like reading and writing so much.Continue reading →