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An African proverb says, “It takes a village to raise a child.” Clearly, it’s not just parenthood but also family, education, and community that are factors and contributors to a child’s success.
John Mavros has been an educator since his early college years and was a guidance counselor when he retired. Even after retirement, he has continued to use educational concepts forming non-profit organizations on family services. It was also then that he realized the importance of family in child-rearing. Eventually, with his unwavering focus on the youth, he was brought to the journey of writing his book Enough Iz Enough: How Parents and Teachers Can Regain Control. This is an addition to the juvenile research studies he had already done. He talks about his life’s work in this interview with Dr. Hackie Reitman of Different Brains®.
Taking care of one’s self is selfish? This is the society’s mindset that causes unnecessary guilt for helping professionals. At one point or another, we ourselves had been helpers – as parents to our kids or caregiver to our loved ones. When we are empathetic to others, we tend to sacrifice our own needs.
These are exactly what Gillian Stevens had observed in her years of counseling and volunteering and after further studies on trauma, loss, and death. In her journey, she got led to the question of who are helping the helpers – the educators, the nurses, the doctors, the first responders. To find answers to this question and be part of the solution, she started writing her book Explore, Transform, Flourish: Support and Hope for Those Who Help Others (How Professionals Keep It Together). She talks about her...
What do we truly know about personal branding? Is it being able to stand out in the sea of sameness? Or then again, is it the way we “self-package” ourselves to achieve success? If yes, how do we go about it?
Kim Speed, a consultant, creative director of Purple Moon Creative, and author of the groundbreaking book, Branding on a Shoe String: How to Re-Create Your Small Business Identity and Increase Results in 83 Days or Less, discusses how personal branding enables us to have the desired impression we want people to see us.
And, in order to influence other people’s perception of us, Kim shares four things to keep in mind in building our personal brand in an article published by the Canadian Institute of Management Magazine.
The Canadian Institute of Management Magazine is Canada’s senior management organization dedicated to professional development. Management professionals who are members or participants of CIM are informed and trained to be better...
With all the many fad diets, weight loss programs, and hundred ways to losing weight, one confused, emotional, and at its wits end individual wanting and hoping to shed-off extra (or possibly a ton) of pounds may find themselves easily giving up and throwing in the towel in the weight loss division.
Struggling for 20 years with his own battle of the bulge and the extra pounds, Jim Keck, owner of Kuma Health and Wellness and the creator of the Drop Zone Program, and author of the book, Lose 20 Lbs and Keep It Off Forever: The Secret to Weight Loss for Life shares his ways of losing weight simply, naturally, and permanently as he joins Dr. Emran in the Simple Health Radio Podcast.
Simple Health Radio Podcast discusses medical topics and promotes wellness using a simple podcast. It is hosted by Dr. Emran, a board-certified physician licensed in multiple states and works in hospital emergency departments in Houston, Texas.
For more than 25 years, Irene Stronczak-Hogan accumulated a wealth of knowledge of, and experience in, the medical and pharmaceutical fields.
Now the author of Hot Chix Hot Sex: How to Survive Menopause is on a mission, offering a women’s health consulting practice specializing in serving menopausal women. Calling on her training as a pharmacist, she assesses patients and their symptoms, recommending appropriate therapies associated with her menopause-related programs.
“If you want to expand your tribe and your business, your journey as an author involves more than just writing pages for your book. It requires that you engage, educate, and inform your audience through other media such as webinars.” – Irene Hogan
Irene admits she ventured into the live webinar universe without really knowing what she was doing but with other experts in her field having gone that route, she decided to grab the bull by the horns, so to speak.
“I decided to...
While exploring a tourist site in Malaysia recently I came upon a modern-day assembly line. I say ‘modern-day’ only because it happened recently. Truthfully, the assembly line was antiquated and it had no machines or technology.
The goal for this 10-man team was to take a pile of old bricks – thousands of old bricks and move them from an outside location, down some stairs to an inside location where they could be re-purposed into a new structure or be a part of a new wall.
Eight men all had the same job, catching the brick that was thrown to them and tossing it to the next man. The other two guys had slightly different responsibilities. The first guy in line had to grab a brick from the enormous pile and toss it to guy #2.
Number two passed it to #3 and so on until it got to guy #10. He received the tossed brick from #9 and had to place it in a semi-neat pile so that the bricklayer could efficiently grab it and construct the wall. (When he eventually...
Coming from a stark realization that nobody really has a job security and that even a single mistake can cost him to lose his job, Serial Entrepreneur, Business Strategist, Coach, International Tax Expert, and Amazon Bestselling Author, Jack H.M Wong shared the defining moment of his life that made him decide to leave the safe cocoon of the corporate world and charter into the unknown seas of entrepreneurship in The Novel Podcast with Jake Nicolle.
The Novel Podcast with Jake Nicolle is a podcast where each week, Jake uncovers the secrets to achieving great success by interviewing entrepreneurs, thought leaders, authors, and world-class creatives.
Understanding that job security is just a myth, Jack jumped into the entrepreneurial world and ventured into building his own business. Being financially, mentally and emotionally ill-prepared, the entrepreneurial journey was not a ‘walk in the park’ for Jack.
Thus, in the podcast, Jack shared his story:
Remember your first kiss? Was it incredible or was it a disaster? Either way I am betting you got better at it as time went by.
Remember the first time you had to ask for an order? Was it incredible or was it a disaster? Either way I am betting you got better at it as time went by. Or maybe not!
Over the years I have proven to be a pretty darn good salesman. Also, if you ask my wife, Anne, I’m sure she’d tell you I am a world-class kisser too!
Let’s go back to the kiss for a moment (it’s more fun). When you are about to kiss someone you may experience butterflies, you lean in, your partner leans in, there’s hesitation, you make your move, your partner responds… and both parties engage in an amazing and mutually beneficial event – the perfect Kiss!
Now, let’s discuss asking for the order again. (You know what – that’s fun too! When it’s done right!) When you are about to ask for the...