seven deadly sins
Without people, no language. Without language, no real thinking. Without thinking, no real feeling. Without a web of connectedness
Brown sugar, pecans, chocolate, and butter are simple ingredients but when combined, heated, and transformed into candy, they have the power to turn me to the dark side. I am helpless to fight the seduction of toffee.
People are misusing LinkedIn.
In previous posts, I talked about the advantage of being first to a position and the power of three in marketing. In this one, I'd like to extend the number sequence to 5 and 7. Why 5 and 7?
We all have them. The secret sins that keep us awake at night and tap us on the shoulder during the day while we try to go about our business.
I will make the following categorical statement about Beaser's music: there is not a note that doesn't need to be there and there is an inevitability present that is overpowering.
We talked with a recent bride who admits she got bitten by the wedding-planning bug when she got engaged. "I started out
The November holiday is, after all, about expressing gratitude, building family memories and celebrating the Earth’s bounty
So is pride a sin or a virtue? If one's pride stems from true ability and is expressed in moderation, it will be quite valuable. But if the pride is misplaced -- if it's not reflective of one's true abilities or competence -- then it is hubris and can only end in ruin.
Faced with joblessness, homelessness and severe emotional scarring, many of our veterans are getting pretty angry -- and rightfully so. The problem is, this deadly sin has a track record for making problems worse, and the last thing our warriors deserve is more turmoil coloring their new post-war normal.