Eighteen months ago, I shared the loss of my sister and soulmate Lynn. She was the last of my blood relatives. My grieving took its natural course, but I still feel my loss, albeit with treasured fond memories. This month I put down my beloved Toby, King of Cats. His disease seemingly surfaced overnight and […]
Yesterday USA Today published an article for seniors looking to retire. We all envision what it would be like to shed our jobs and enjoy what life has to offer. But the article offered a cautionary note. Space does not permit me publishing the full article here. However, I will list the five suggestions you […]
A few days ago, I met with Alexa Kropf, Senior Recruiting Specialist with Farmers’ Insurance. We chatted about various aspects of our respective businesses. I’ve encountered various insurance agents and recruiters through the years. I was not impressed with most of them. It is a very competitive industry and many new agents are not successful. […]
So many people of late have confided they are overwhelmed by the stimuli they encounter in their daily lives. They feel rushed, at loose ends, behind the 8-ball. They are caught up with their responsibilities to family, careers, church. They have confided they would like to learn meditation but find that difficult.