• As summer arrives, there's the hope that we can carve out a bit of time to read one or two books that may leave a mark after we've returned to the grind. I reached out to a diverse collection of thinkers, writers, and entrepreneurs and asked what non-business writing has had a big impact on them. They sent back an intriguing collection of fiction, science fiction, and history books.

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  • "Live as if you were living already for the second time and as if youhad acted the first time as wrongly as you are about to act now," theworld-renown psychiatrist and author of the classic bestseller, Man's Search for Meaning, Dr. Viktor Frankl, advises us.

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  • "Live as if you were living already for the second time and as if youhad acted the first time as wrongly as you are about to act now," theworld-renown psychiatrist and author of the classic bestseller, Man's Search for Meaning, Dr. Viktor Frankl, advises us.

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  • In light of everything that is going on in our country and the world right now, including the economic crisis that is on center stage, it may be a good time to consider a topic that usually gets ignored when the "blame game" is in full swing.  We're talking about forgiveness.  Indeed, getting to forgiveness is perhaps the most difficult and challenging thing that we can do to go beyond ourselves when we are so fixated on our problems, our needs, and our Read More »


  • In light of everything that is going on in our country and the world right now, including the economic crisis that is on center stage, it may be a good time to consider a topic that usually gets ignored when the "blame game" is in full swing.  We're talking about forgiveness.  Indeed, getting to forgiveness is perhaps the most difficult and challenging thing that we can do to go beyond ourselves when we are so fixated on our problems, our needs, and our Read More »


  • If there ever was a time for a "can-do" attitude to help find innovative solutions to our personal and collective troubles, this is it! Many of you may remember the words uttered not too long ago by former U.S. Senator and economist, Phil Gramm, who downplayed the idea that the nation was in a financial recession; instead, he "diagnosed" the situation as a "mental recession," likening the country's (and its citizen's) ills to what we all know as mental depression.

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