I thought I would share an article with you that I found on the web. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did -------START------- Secrets to habit change by Meg Selig Succeed at Habit Change With This One-Page "Book!" 8 "chapters," 19 quotes, 1 page, and you've changed. Published on May 2, 2012 … Continue reading Habit Change
Today I read a few interesting articles, so I thought I would share one with you. This is from the WSJ, I hope you enjoy it and find some use out of it. God Bless & Happy Lent Paul Sposite Guided Insight Life Coach BY: JONAH LEHRER Creativity can seem like magic. We look at … Continue reading How to be Creative–WSJ
Below is the start of a new presentation/workshop I am working on, I thought I will give a little sneak preview of it. It is still a work-in-progress document, and I am sure lots will change, and if you have any questions or comments, please feel free to let me know. I hope you enjoy, … Continue reading The 7 Priorities
Image via Wikipedia Pope Benedict XVI says in a new book that condoms can be justified for male prostitutes seeking to stop the spread of HIV, a stunning comment for a church criticized for its opposition to condoms and for a pontiff who has blamed them for making the AIDS crisis worse. The pope made … Continue reading Pope allows condoms?
Image via Wikipedia Has political correctness gone-a-muck? Has it come down to the point were you are afraid to say anything just incase you may, on the off-chance insult someone. Have Americans become so thin-skinned that we can no longer tolerate differing points of views or criticisms? Is it so wrong for us to hear that others … Continue reading NPR, the new thought police?
Image via Wikipedia The debate of the longer school year has surfaces yet again, and in truth, I have been in this debate for years. In Michigan, when the state first started to offer charter schools, my brother and I ventured to start one. We were the proud owners of Midwest Tech, a school that … Continue reading Obama wants longer school years, not a new idea at all
by The Editors, Register correspondent Tuesday, Apr 20, 2010 8:00 AM Comments 1. The crisis seems to be nearing its conclusion. The vast majority of allegations are from the 1960-1985 period, and only six cases of clerical sex abuse in 2009 have been reported. 2. There was no global cover-up. “Nobody, nowhere, no time, no … Continue reading 12 Things Every Catholic Should Know About the U.S. Scandals
Image via Wikipedia Tearful Pope... The link to the left is an AP article about the Pope and his heart felt feelings concerning the sex abuse and scandal of the Church. My last blog about the scandal received a few comments, and none very positive. I know that this issue is sensitive at best and … Continue reading Tearful Pope