Aging with Grace: Hands Across the Generations

I’ve heard that in the absence of disease the organ that would wear out first is our skin.  On the outside if we compare each other or try to guess someone’s age it is a person’s skin that provides the most clues to an accurate guess.  Our skin is the largest organ in the body Read more about Aging with Grace: Hands Across the Generations[…]

Telling and Hearing Bad News is as Important as Good News

The other day I had to make a choice on a piece of communication.  I’ve written about the job of hiring someone and changing their life.  I had to deliver the news that a candidate was not going to receive an offer from our company.  I had several options in front of me; I could Read more about Telling and Hearing Bad News is as Important as Good News[…]

What is my real motivation to work?

I’ve struggled for the last week after a fierce conversation about what drives one to work.  This is not the literal discussion about the mode of transportation to work but the inner force that gets us moving in a profession.  There are many reasons to work and fundamentally it’s to support oneself.  I’m going to Read more about What is my real motivation to work?[…]

Have You Walked Lately? You Should.

I understand that walking is the best exercise.  I’ve come to realize that it’s so much more than exercise.  I’ve practiced things I needed to say to people the next day at work.  I’ve practiced breathing at a regular pace.  I’ve cried sometimes and gotten over it on just one walk. Walking for me is Read more about Have You Walked Lately? You Should.[…]