How Money Is Destroying The World

How Money Is Destroying The World by Mike Sosteric In a widely cited confessional in the New York Times in 2014, former Wall Street trader Sam Polk outed himself as a recovering wealth addict. He intimated a toxic childhood and an abusive parent a common theme in the biographies of addicts. He revealed, the exhilaration … Read More

Five Things To Say No Thanks To And Never Repeat

Five, yes, here are five things that you ought to say, “No thanks,” and never repeat. Before getting into the details of those five things, let me give you the back story. Repeat Performances Every day of the week is special to me. This has been the case for about five years now. There was … Read More

Nurturing A Positive Mindset For Yourself: The Ins And Outs

It is a daily exercise this nurturing a positive mindset. Developing confidence in your ability to solve problems and trusting your instincts helps build your resilience. In that famous quote by Stephen Covey, he asked: “What have you done to sharpen the Saw?” Sharpening Your Mind He meant how have you developed your problem-solving skills? Have … Read More

Women Empowerment: It Is Like Doing The Cha-Cha-Cha

“Women Empowerment” is a term, a catchphrase for far too many, that we often hear. More and more it is becoming clear to this writer that it slides too easily off the lips of some without a proper full understanding of the context. What Is Women Empowerment – Really? “Empowerment is the process of increasing … Read More

Glass Ceiling That Covers Women: Is It Shattered Or Cracked?

Glass ceiling – what is it and is it still a reality? According to the Oxford Dictionary, the “glass ceiling” is “an unofficially acknowledged barrier to advancement in a profession, especially affecting women and members of minorities.” Glass Ceiling: Shattered Or Merely Cracked? When she was younger, my daughter and I would often discuss money … Read More

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