Late one night a young grocery store clerk locked the front door and began to clean up. Suddenly there was a knock on the door. An elderly woman was standing outside tapping on the window.
Because of a big project deadline, the employees had been asked to work double shifts for the next few days.
“That’s it, I’m going home,” one employee said to his colleague.
Years ago a John Hopkin’s professor gave a group of graduate students this assignment: Go to the poorest sections of the city. Take 200 boys, between the ages of 12 and 16, and investigate
One day the employees of a very unusual company arrived at their office and saw a big sign on the main door which said: “Yesterday, the person who has been hindering your growth in this company passed
As a writer and speaker, I look for the deeper meaning in the words I choose. It doesn’t matter how long the words are, or how difficult to spell or pronounce, or how familiar they are to my audiences.
A reckless driver made a right turn from the left lane and collided with another car. The other driver angrily asked, “Why didn’t you signal?”
Without a moment’s hesitation, the driver replied,
Once upon a time there was a little dog that was unhappy with his life. As he lay in his backyard, he spotted a cat on top of a wall. “I wish I could climb walls like that cat!” he thought.
I recently came across this wonderful poem by Nancye Sims, “A Creed to Live By.” It captures life’s challenges in a very inspirational fashion, and I hope you learn as much from it as I have.
In case you haven’t noticed, there is a battle going on across America. It’s a battle to attract workers amid nationwide staff shortages.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has termed this a “national
Comedy writer Bob Orben had an interesting take on customer service: “You go to a coin-operated store and wash and dry your clothes. Then you go to a filling station where you pump your