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New Job...

Well, I start my new job on Friday. Yep. I’ll be of the working class again. Even if it is only seasonal. I’m happy to have a few extra dollars coming in to put towards the bills. 240 more words


A Teacher Who’s Focused on Instructing is Happy Constantly

Written by a teacher, from the Front Page Sections, translated…

September 28th, the office at school, on the calendar it had, “a makeup day for Autumn Festival, a day off”.   516 more words

State Of Mind

Essential Employee

Harriet Gerber Lewis, former president of a multi-million dollar company, said she followed her father’s example of knowing every employee by name. Everyone had an integral role in the success of the company, or they wouldn’t be there. 273 more words

Everyday Life

What I learnt from my Workdays on leadership. Lessons from real life.

Note: This article is written to benefit professionals across industries in becoming better leaders. The below is as per my experience and learnings in the corporate world. 861 more words


The Military Way and How It Could Help You Improve Your Life

I have always been mistaken for a soldier. In fact, who wouldn’t? That clean haircut, the lingo, the strict adherence to schedule, which caused grief to my wife (sometimes), would have given me away, not to mention my preference for military grade stuff. 665 more words


Am I working or wasting my time? Sometimes it's hard to tell

As you may have noticed, I just published three books. That’s the good news. The bad news is that that means that I’m out of works in progress, and back to square one, to that dreadful stage that can probably be described as ‘pre-production’. 164 more words