Success is a journey, not a destination. You may take a few detours, hit some roadblocks and arrive at a different place than you planned.
Success comes in many forms and means different things
A woman walked into the grocery store with a three-year-old girl in the seat of her shopping cart. As they passed the cookie section, the little girl asked for cookies, and her mother said no.
“I’m starving, and it’s Dave’s fault,” a manager complained to his assistant.
“What did Dave do now?” the assistant asked.
“I asked him to pick up a sandwich for me before he returned
In the Upper Midwest, a sure sign of spring and fall is when geese fly overhead, often honking loudly. I recently discovered the reason.
Turns out that Professor Margaret Kuhn’s research revealed
We have gone from one of the lowest unemployment rates in our history to one of the highest in recent memory in just the past couple of months due to the pandemic. While many of these jobs will
There are only three pure colors – red, blue and yellow – but look at what Michelangelo did with those three colors. There are only seven notes, but look at what Chopin, Beethoven and Vivaldi
Of all the creatures that came to the watering hole, Frog was the only one that did not have a tail. The other animals taunted him over it, making him feel inferior and ugly. So Frog visited
Harvard Business School surveyed 600 CEOs recently and asked them what keeps them awake at night during this global pandemic. The results found that almost every aspect of doing business must be
T. Boone Pickens, the late famed oil prospector and corporate raider, said in commencement remarks at George Washington University: “Be willing to make decisions. That’s the most important
For so many of us working from home during our stay-at-home restrictions, the days seem to take on an eerie similarity regardless of how much we actually accomplish. I can barely remember the last