Each moment matters.
Unfortunately, if we look at what's happening to our people, we see more and more despair. In a recent NY Times article, Where
In my book, If I Knew Then What I Know Now, (www.IfIKnewThenBook.com) in the very last page in the "Parting Words" chapter
It seems that Alzheimer's is a devastating illness and that those who have it can never again enjoy life. But in the books of several experts on the disease, however, a somewhat different picture emerges.
Are you doing work that you absolutely love? If not, why? There are as many answers to this question as the number of people who are asked. So, instead of focusing on the reasons why you are not doing.
When I work with people, I never consider them working "for" me, or me working "for" them, but "with" me as part of a team. I now understand why I've been met, time and again, with disappointment or frustration.
I commend Jenner for opening a much-needed area for discussion, and, hopefully acceptance for many. After all, Who says we can't all live together in harmony and enjoy life?
"Snow falling soundlessly in the middle of the night will always fill my heart with sweet clarity," wrote author Novala Takemoto
To some that will sound like heaven; to others, perhaps more like a terrifying nightmare. But there is no question that once
Life is short, yet we spend an awful lot of it in angst about our past, present and future. We push ourselves to keep working and producing when we just need a little break -- a nap, a beach day, a walk.