Inspiring Stories to Help You Adapt in Changing Times

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When my daughter Lindsay was a little girl, she was looking through some black and white baby pictures of her dad. She asked, “Daddy, was everything black and white in the old days?”

“Yes,” he said.

She looked puzzled and asked, “When did the new days start?”

He quickly replied, “When your mom was born.”

Change is happening all of the time. We often don’t notice the little or unexpected changes until we look back and see how far we’ve… Read More

Finding Ways to Innovate

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We cannot change what this pandemic has done, but we can change ourselves by learning to adapt and move forward. Adapting to change helps you to enjoy less stress and more success in your work and in your life.

“When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.”

— Viktor Frankl

In my business as an international speaker, I have given keynotes and training sessions around the globe in… Read More

The Power of a Daily Routine

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Recently, I was intrigued by a post on Instagram. It outlined a program to follow for 75 days to become “a new, better you.”

I wasn’t necessarily looking for a new, better me, but, I was looking for a new, daily, health and fitness routine. Why?

Wait for it . . .

My first grandchild was born this past Saturday! (See what I did there? Sneaking the announcement into this post?)

His name is Adrian Theodore Latty. He was… Read More

Magnificent Works of Art Created During Turbulent Times

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Did you know that William Shakespeare wrote King Lear while in quarantine from the bubonic plague?

There’s more . . .

In 1606, when the bubonic plague returned to England, wreaking havoc on Londoners, Shakespeare completed three of his greatest tragedies: King Lear, Macbeth, and even Antony and Cleopatra.

Experts believe that Shakespeare completed Antony and Cleopatra in July of 1606 after the plague forced the closure of his venue, the Globe Theatre.

That was over 400 years ago. Admittedly, Shakespeare, didn’t have… Read More