Category: Motivation

Are You Missing Out On Your Rainbows?

Advice is cheap and often borrowed, refined and repeated. It has been said that plagiarism is the sincerest form of flattery and I am a master flatterer. I have had several occasions over the past month to use the term “negaholics” in discussing how some people can only see the negative in everything. I can’t …

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The True Meaning of Passion

I wrote an article last week where I mentioned that one of The Three Essential Key Elements for a Great Hire was passion. I fully expected to get some push back on that and I’m sure that some of my fellow recruiters read that part, did a double take and then just rolled their eyes. …

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Making Leadership Memories

Reflection on past jobs, past bosses and past relationships shines a spotlight on the stage from which we live out our lives. Using what is referred to commonly as “20/20 Hindsight” we profit from mistakes and move on. Seldom do we in the moment think that we are making memories. We are only experiencing the …

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Life Checker

I love it when I can write with impunity because I know that a spell checker will jump to my rescue and make it look like I can actually spell. If I choose to use a syntax checker I can fix my grammar inconsistencies and make my writing more coherent. Sending text messages can be …

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The Smells, Sounds and Sights of Aftermath

I don’t see my son often enough. Since he moved to the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area of Pennsylvania, our busy lives take us in opposite directions more than they bring us together. Family is so important to both of us, so we do our best to make special occasions more special. We had been planning for months …

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