Overcoming Adversity is a Key Element of Success
When was the last time you did something that made you uncomfortable?
Dad Attitude: Our Inner Worlds With two toddlers sons, I see the full spectrum of good and bad behaviors. I also see their perceptions of their own behaviors, and their early differentiation between what is good and what is bad. So much of it hinges on what we, as their parents, teach them. The other…
Dad Attitude: Our Inner Worlds Comedian Jim Gaffigan quips that now as a parent, he understands why his father always looked defeated in family vacation photos. Gaffigan is a father of five children of his own, but judging from his profession, he’s able to laugh off the challenges of parenting. So why is it so…
Looking back on life after hitting 30.
Gentlemen in Training The Case for Manners for Today’s Young Men – Part 5 Raising toddlers, you quickly learn which fights need fighting. Consistent bed times and teeth brushing? A big yes. Putting toys away? A struggle, but worth it. Hot Wheels at the dinner table? Okay, just let them. Taking them away is not…
Is art really is an accurate representation of the culture of the times?
I realize men and women on the autism spectrum have widely different strengths and weaknesses when it comes to athletics.
It has a meaning, and you are not alone.
I thought I could eventually shake it off.
Successful people recognize that painful circumstances are sometimes required as pivotal events to mold them into the icons and leaders they are recognized as today.
Rekindle that flame, before it’s too late.
Jaymz Hawkes tells the world that we are in charge. There’s no one else.
What keeps YOU going when you’re in the midst of the struggle?
Chris Forte talks on struggling while still close to your goals, when your beliefs and trust are tested the most.
When a problem escalates, it is usually followed by extreme avoidance and acting out, leading to it arising again and again.