Tag Archives: History

Tool For Tuesday: If You Lose It, You Lose It.

I’m always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught. — Winston Churchill I had a talk with my stepdaughter, Libi, who has a 3-year-old and a 6-month-old. She asked, “How did you do it with so … Continue reading

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Rich Poor Guy, Poor Rich Guy, Part 2

Danielle LaPorte wrote in her blog today, “There is no excuse for going hungry.  We are here to feast.” Follow-up for yesterday’s blog: Are you a rich poor guy or a poor rich guy? We don’t have to deprive ourselves … Continue reading

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Who Gave You Courage to Begin Your Best Chapter?

In a moving essay in Sunday’s New York Times, Jane Mendolsohn wrote that Amelia Earhart “inspired me to face the unknown, the empty sky, the blank page….She inspired me to begin my life.” Before I took off on my motorcycle … Continue reading

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