Monthly Archives: March 2014
#12: PRETTY SURE THE WORLD WAS HERE FIRST
Millenials have been in the news a lot lately. Fresh out of college with their degrees and no jobs. Yes, there are reasons why they’re not being snapped right up. There are also reasons why their parents and grandparents seem to be in higher demand by businesses hiring new people. Since they are in the … Continue reading
#11: I VANT TO BE ALONE.
We all live under the same sky, but we don’t all have the same horizons. Germany’s first post-war chancellor, Konrad Adenauer, said that. One of his points was that groups of people don’t make things happen. Individuals do. It’s their personal view, their point of view that often makes the difference. Persons strong-minded enough to … Continue reading
A group of 50 people was attending a seminar. The speaker noticed that he didn’t have everyone’s attention. He stopped and announced they were going to participate in a group activity, an ice breaker. He started by giving each one a balloon. Each one was asked to write his/her name on it using a marker … Continue reading
HEROES FOR LIFE!
It’s not what life brings, but what we bring to life. That’s where ‘heroic’ is really defined. “Hero” doesn’t mean the same thing to me these days. The trouble is that I have nothing in common with Superman: impervious to everything, cool under pressure, bending stuff that’s real hard and rescuing us who are … Continue reading