From the monthly archives: September 2017

Facing a Challenge

On September 28, 2017 By

As we age, we are likely to encounter problems, everything from arthritis to cancer to heart disease. But facing a challenge does not mean you’ve failed. For example, getting cancer, or heart disease, or even cognitive impairment, doesn’t mean it’s your fault. It just means you must deal with it if you are to age […]

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Embracing this Moment

On September 25, 2017 By

“Every moment is a golden one for him who has the vision to recognize it as such….” Henry Miller

Throughout life we tend to develop resources that contribute to experience a balanced, joyful life. This is a unique and personal process for each of us. One of my resources, one of my “Golden Stepping Stones […]

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Water is by far the number-one nutrient in our diet. Studies have suggested that proper hydration may lower our risk of heart disease and cancer, and may even make us better kissers. Brushing artificial skin against the lips of young women, researchers found that hydrated lips showed greater sensitivity to light touch.

Although it is well known […]

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Becoming A Purposeful Leader

On September 19, 2017 By

The Concept
“Self-awareness” – having a developed sense of who you are, what you stand for, who you stand with – is long acknowledged as contributing to individual effectiveness.  Self-awareness impacts all aspects of our lives – health, career, relationships, and longevity.

Self-awareness also contributes to effective leadership and correlates with organizational performance.

Despite its close association with “high performance” […]

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It’s 3pm, you’ve already had 3 cups of coffee for the day…your stomach growls, your blood sugar is starting to plummet and now you’re feeling “hangry”. Or it’s after dinner and you’re in front of the TV catching up on Colbert and Captain Craving pays you a visit. Sound familiar? You look around and there’s […]

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Will Cash Disappear?

On September 12, 2017 By

I worked last week with a major credit card company, and one topic was whether cash will disappear.  Will there come a day when all transactions are electronic, perhaps using your smart phone–or even, say, just your fingerprint–and cash will be kept only in museums?

Some countries are almost there–in Sweden, for example, half the […]

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An IRA can be a wonderful account to inherit. However, the rules are complex and errors can be costly. There are some great tax advantages if you handle the inheritance correctly. Unfortunately, there can potentially be a big tax bill if you don’t. Follow these steps to avoid a few common mistakes and maximize the […]

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Be a Mover and a Shaker

On September 5, 2017 By

We are designed to move!  Look at yourself in the mirror.  You have two strong legs, three layers of core muscles wrapping around your middle to stabilize your pelvis and the largest muscle in your body, your buttocks, designed specifically to move you forward.  There is a reason your buttocks covers your backside and the […]

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