latest blog entry from Michael at WeMoveTogether. Thoughts on the books and authors we keep close and how we balance depth and breadth of knowledge.
A three-day weekend and the mindset that Summer is now over. Bring on the Fall season of sweaters, football, and walking the dog in a dark neighborhood each evening after dinner. Labor Day is anticipated as a day of transition and little else. As a holiday, we celebrate the American worker with a Monday off... Continue Reading →
Spring cleaning is in full force in my home. While my wife organizes and adds to an ever-growing pile ready for The Salvation Army, I find myself in full archaeology mode, sorting through the artifacts of my life. Indeed, I hold onto nearly everything until such day I find the will to let it go... Continue Reading →
I recently finished reading the management business book, Primal Leadership. I have followed the authors, Daniel Goleman, Richard Boyatzis, and Annie McKee for years connecting to their work on Emotional Intelligence. I enjoyed this book on several levels and do recommend it. Their leadership model is research-based and accessible. The six leadership styles they present are fully explained... Continue Reading →
A wonderful learning opportunity and a healthy and timely diversion. Today I start a month-long writing course on Poetry writing. This is part of the ongoing Blogging University courses presented by WordPress (my blog platform). I participated before on the basics of blog writing and I am excited to stretch myself to learn more about poetry... Continue Reading →
Note: Each Thursday I will post a little something to inspire us to finish the week strong. These Thursday Thoughts will be a quote, poem, piece of music, artwork, or inspirational video. Congratulations, you made it over the hump and let's finish the week together. Karen wanted to dance and dance well. She gave herself a... Continue Reading →