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Ten Pet Peeves of New College Graduates: Arrogance

Too often, recent college graduates develop a sense of entitlement. In their minds, they are entitled to the best jobs, the highest pay and the most intellectually stimulating work. Throughout their college careers, college students in business and management are groomed for managerial and leadership positions, but they never learn the process of [...]


Rule Number Four for Female Entrepreneurs: Pay Yourself and Others Fairly

Determining fair pay is extremely difficult for many start-up entrepreneurs. Too often, founders struggle to choose a number that adequately compensates themselves and others for their time, dedication and effort in launching a new business. As a result, a thriving business may fail to provide for its most valuable employees. Conversely, a [...]


Break Box Tops and Design Landscapes: Planting the Grass

Over the past three weeks, I have discussed the process of selecting your best competencies and leadership qualities to become an effective and marketable manager. Last week’s post dealt with personal presentation through utilization of your best practices and most effective leadership capabilities. Unlike the corporate giants thirty years ago, employers can no [...]


Role Models for Young Children: Family Members Setting Examples

Encourage your family to become role models to their younger generations. Children adore and emulate their favorite family members, including their parents, siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins and extended family. They will imitate the actions of their elders in both positive and negative behaviors.
Therefore, set out to embody an example of prized leadership [...]


Easter Aftermath: Remember Judas

udas Iscariot was the disciple who betrayed Jesus of Nazareth, according to the Christian Bible. The Gospel books point to authorities in Jerusalem who plotted to kill Jesus during a religious festival, but needed to avoid a riot of Jesus’ devoted followers. For reasons unknown, Judas offered to assist and was paid thirty pieces [...]


Female Environmentalists: Taking Creative Initiatives for Sustainability

There are several interesting foundations and special-interest groups that revolve around taking creative initiatives to ensure environmental sustainability. In honor of this month’s Earth Day and Arbor Day, consider becoming a key player in environmental sustainability initiatives on a national, state, local or individual level.
As business professionals, entrepreneurs and leaders, consider involving [...]