A Daughter in the Garage With Dad: the 5 Things I Learned

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A daughter cherishes her time with her dad. Her time with her dad too, was in the garage. It was the scene of five of her most important life lessons.

A Daughter in the Garage With Dad: Motor Oil and Smoke

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A daughter cherishes her time with her dad. It was not glamorous. In fact, it smelled of oil and smoke. But, it was with dad.

Busy Guy Doesn’t Have Time To Practice The Recorder And Beatboxing Separately


… Or has he finally found “the New Style” that is ever elusive for musicians?

Love Is My Super Power


Even in the small, mundane moments of life, we have inside us the potential for greatness and heroism. And it starts with love.

To My Daughters: You Are More Powerful Than You Ever Imagined


Patrick Sallee wants his daughters use the power of their words wisely.

“The Secret Of Success & Luck”

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Success is neither skill or luck. Samuel Gentoku McCree shows us how.

Learning to Resist — Four Methods to Regain Your Social Center


Emily Marciel reflects on finding peace in a trending world.

The Difference Between Great Parenting and Great Leadership

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Matt Sweetwood knows what it takes to be a good leader. He also knows what it takes to be a great dad. He explains the difference between the two skill sets.

4 Simple Words That Will Supercharge Your Work Life

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Reach for the stars—and grab them—with Thomas Fiffer’s four-word mantra.

Syndactyly: Fusion of Fingers

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Stephen Bell explains his rare condition and how it has made his life rewarding and valuable.

The Most Powerful Question to Ask Yourself Around Money

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Bryan Reeves learned the hard way that living in fear of money scarcity just creates money scarcity. One powerful question changed everything for him.

Taking Up the Slack for Emotionally Intelligent Boys

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“I’m going to make a conscious effort to always take up the slack, be the bigger person, and extend love to my sons”

I’m Not Ready to Do What I Must Do

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Sometimes we’re not ready because it’s just not the right time. And sometimes we’re just scared and playing small. Here’s how to know the difference.

Lessons from a 94 Year Old Lover

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“Connect with others first, then worry about the details.”

Food Truck Serves Up Social Justice


Former Rikers Island incarcerated men are driving change with food

Are You Overcoming Fear or is Fear Overcoming You?

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Maybe it is time to go do something that scares you.