Do you constantly over-plan your day, and feel like a failure even though you’ve accomplished quite a bit? You’re not alone.
Life goes on. We must all find a way to recover and heal from one of the most divisive elections in memory. Here are my thoughts.
How do we “cut through” all the filth in today’s Presidential race? Read on for a quick analysis of your choices.
So, what do you do after you’ve been President and First Lady of the USA, and have tasted the supreme power and influence? You find a way to extend it, of course. Enter the Clinton Foundation.
Trustworthy? Honest? These are not words associated with most politicians, and definitely not with the two front-runners in the 2016 Presidential Race. My question: Who is the lesser of two evils?
Citizens of the United States once prized American Exceptionalism and being a World Power. Today we are more concerned with political correctness and following our friends on Facebook.
I am so very tired of the media “interpreting” the news for me. What happened to fact-based reporting?
I feel it is necessary, at this point in the electoral process, to size up the candidates on something other than hairstyles and clothing choices.
Feeling stuck? You’re not alone. Read on for some helpful ideas on getting “unstuck.”
An unprecedented number of people have left California during the last decade, with a net population loss of more than 1 million people. Why? I can’t speak for everyone, but here are my reasons.
Too much of business education teaches individual topics, without regard for how everything fits together. Here is my idea for an alternative approach.
I love to write Haiku, and I’ve even had two published. These, however, were “rejected” by the good people who publish Haiku in their journal. I have decided to give them new life here on HubPages.
La Jolla is a wonderful place for a weekend getaway from LA. Here are the details of our last trip.
Sucked in by the image of a lone horseman on a foggy lane, a story spun out of control. It became a game between friends. Just a little fun to put a smile on your face.
You’ve seen the TV ads with Oprah. So, what exactly is new with Weight Watchers for 2016?
Pipe Dreams: 7 Pipelines of Career Success is a well-written, thoughtful book, with key questions to consider at the end of each chapter. It is a great way to help you take charge of your career.
I’m going to reveal a gigantic political truth, but you’re going to need to suspend disbelief for a few moments. If you can do that, I think you’ll appreciate what you are about to read.
I started writing this story about six months after my first husband passed away, as a way to help me "process" my grief. I hope to help others by sharing it here.
Slang expressions and “insider” lingo will always be part of the corporate culture, but there are a few words and phrases that make me cringe when I hear them.
How difficult or how easy marriage may be, is in large part the result of how mature you are, and how well you select your partner.
Observations of an “amateur” football fan – if there is such a thing.
Hillary and Benghazi is old news. The “pay to play” allegations are far more corrupt, and may be what finally closes the chapter on Hillary’s candidacy.
Publishing an EBook on Amazon Kindle Direct is probably easier than you might think. Let me walk you through the basic steps.
Something to think about before you write your New Year’s Resolutions.
Does Bernie Sanders have it right? Or, what do you really know about democratic socialism?
Feeling overwhelmed and underappreciated? Here are five quick tips to help simplify your life.
Here are my personal observations on how to increase focus and concentration, and get more done.
The first day of Spring is also known as the Spring or “Vernal” Equinox. You know that means the weather will be heating up, and vegetation will bloom. But what else do you know?
St. Valentine's Day is over. Time to start thinking green, and I don't mean the lottery. But there’s more to St. Patrick’s Day than wearing green and drinking beer.
Having problems with procrastination? You’re not alone. Why not put off what you’re about to do, and read this article now. Yes, you just read that.
Training design always seem to take longer than the client expects. Here is a proposal that breaks down the design to individual tasks, and also allows for variables unique to the project.
Standing up in front of a group and talking is feared more than death, if the surveys are to be believed. By following these ten tips, you can take control and overcome your anxiety.
Evaluating the results of a training program (or lack thereof) is an essential step for every training design. Here are a few thoughts on the topic.