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How has your life experience made you the leader you are today? I seemed to naturally gravitate towards leadership positions
Growing up, I never could have imagined how large of an impact my teachers would have on my life. It surprises me to this day just how much of what they taught me is still with me.
You'll thank yourself (and others!) later.
The first week of the New Year has many of us committing to personal development and the strengthening of meaningful relationships. As you master new skills, think more positively, grow your company and learn to use all of the technology you own, why not begin with a thoughtful thank you note?
I have created some exercises and printables to help you reflect on the past year and plan for the year ahead. Please feel free to share with your friends and family.
I sought out Hawai'ian artists who prove that handcrafted stationery is not only alive and well; it is more beautiful and thoughtfully crafted than ever before. Looking to send some aloha? Look no further than these delightfully designed local paper products
For the first 20 years of our lives, we were taught and trained productivity. If we could finish the work we're supposed to finish, then we could play. If we are productive, then we're more likely to do well at school and get applauded.
In Haus Press D&D Letterpress Photo credit: Rootytootoot/Flickr Smudge Ink To buy: "One Hundred Kinds Of Lovely" greeting
Have you thought about what to get Mom for Mother's Day yet? There is still time to get her that perfect gift. It's always tough to think of something unique and special so I've rounded up some of my favorite picks to help you select the best gift.
If you are planning to have a fun soiree yourself this time of year, use this list as a guide to freshen up your entertainment essentials.
If you visit us here at HuffPost Home even on occasion, you know we hold two things in high regard: Our (unapologetic) love
With virtually all communication shifting to email, text and maybe -- just maybe -- phone calls, the thank-you note has become a rarity. (Even rarer: Actual letters, but that's another rant for another time.)