Category Archives: Personal development

A social scientist of sort’s perspective on what motivates people

Truth be told: I am a social scientist of sorts. While that may sound odd for someone who offers us consulting services for business and organization leaders, and for someone with my particular background, I’ve come to realize that it … Continue reading

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On the value of “One” in defusing anger

Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to visit with a close relative for an extended period of time. It was a good visit, as I normally get along quite well with this relative, whom I’ll call George. Occasionally, though, … Continue reading

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Some career stumbles I hope You can avoid

A number of years ago when I worked as a professional in a midsize company, a colleague in my department mentioned that he thought I was out of place in a corporate setting, and suggested that I was more suited … Continue reading

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A Message worth Mentioning

While I’ve been working away on a longer post, an article I ran across today on The Huffington Post website struck me as profound and inspiring, so I thought I’d mention it here.  It is by Diana Butler Bass, titled … Continue reading

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