For the first time in my fifty-year career, I’ve decided to train, certify, and mentor 25 men and women who are ready to help more, earn more, expand their careers, and change the world for the better.
At Columbia University and hundreds of other schools, all students are suddenly learning online.
The difficulties surrounding this pandemic have changed the world.
The Harvard historian Jill Lepore recounted recently in The New Yorker magazine that when democracies sink into crisis, the question “where are we going?” leaps to everyone’s mind, as if we were waiting for a weather forecast to tell us how healthy our democracy was going to be tomorrow.
Continue reading to find how the business landscape has altered and what you can do to combat it.
25 ways to turn a negative into a positive…one letter at a time.
The key thing to remind ourselves of in times like this, is that we can take this opportunity to slow down a little bit and get fine tuned on what we want in life.
— La Rochefoucauld: “Le soleil ni la mort ne peuvent se regarder en face.” (“No one can look long at the sun or death.”) That is, however, exactly what I have been doing — as have many of you — for two weeks now. It’s good to have a purpose and feel I’m being useful,…
Loans aside, let’s look at how you can make money management amid the coronavirus financial uncertainty a priority.
Financial basics that people must institute to prepare for disasters.
Now, more than ever, we must be careful about what we think.
Technology allows us to stay connected, if not physically, in other meaningful, tangible ways.
Or at least we did…
Today I’ll offer you some obvious-but-not-so-obvious ways to foster intimacy – whether you’re cooped up with another, or connecting digitally.
Do you remember the great turning points in your life?
Let’s all be warriors for light against coronavirus