Category Archives: Working families

Can YOU fail wisely?

Smooth seas do not make skillful sailors. — African proverb The Center for Social Leaders posted a very timely newsletter blog on Failing Wisely, enjoy: Many venture capital firms are actually more likely to invest in an entrepreneur who has already failed … Continue reading

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Mirror Mirror on the Wall – a little humor!

Mirror Mirror on the Wall, I’m not like her, not at all♥ Many Mothers all over the world would agree that with motherhood there is, at times, a love/hate relationship with daughters. My mom could be firm, an authoritarian, and … Continue reading

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Soul-Searching – a day in a life!

A colleague of mine was let go from his job recently which I took pretty hard.  As a result,   I started  doing a little soul-searching and discovered how really selfish I was to be upset over a situation I had no control … Continue reading

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Parents – Take a breather – You’re on TimeOut!

We are living in a world that is demanding so much of our time.  Rush! Rush! Rush!  “I’ve got to get to work.”  “Whoops! Forgot, to pick up dinner.”  “Get up, William, you’re going to be late for school.”  “Come on … Continue reading

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How have Life’s Thumps challenged you?

When a potter bakes a pot, he checks its solidity by pulling it out of the oven and thumping it.  If it “sings,” it’s ready.  If it “thuds,” it’s placed back in the oven.  The character of a person is … Continue reading

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