While in high school, I worked at a local grocery store. My job was mostly stocking shelves, collecting carts, and bagging groceries. I remember being surprised when one of the “head baggers” told me he was going to train me how to bag groceries. How hard can bagging groceries be? Don’t you just put . . . → Read More: Bag it!: How to bag groceries
Foul language has existed almost as long as language has existed. It’s said that monkeys even have their own form of foul language. What real use is there for foul language in every day conversation?
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When in college, one communication class was entirely about the ‘F’ word. The very first . . . → Read More: What did you say?
This week in the United States, we will celebrate Thanksgiving. The holiday was first proclaimed as a national day of thanksgiving by Abraham Lincoln in 1863 and became a national holiday in 1941.
I did not grow up with a religious background so saying a prayer for a group has not been . . . → Read More: Giving thanks
I find it amazing how often I attend a meeting and one or more people do not bring anything with them to the meeting. It seems that these same people are the people who have a reputation for not getting things done. Let me be very clear, you should never attend any professional and . . . → Read More: Intentional Note-taking
Once you get clear about what you are going to do, start planning. Another step to get past your fear is to start planning. Much of fear is what you don’t know. Start researching and explore. Think of it like a project assigned in school. I remember some of my favorite projects in school . . . → Read More: Another key to happiness = plan