My daughter received a box and I asked her what did she order? She said that her personal stylist “Stitch Fix” sent her a box with clothes. My thoughts were: A personal stylist, who has personal stylist money? How do they know what you like? Later, she opened up the box and I was presently … Continue reading Will personal stylists replace online shopping?
In such a perplexing time, leaders could benefit from paying attention to their inner mirror. Here is a excerpt from my 9/11 S.O.S. Leadership Book. Flourishing with Humility: Great leaders can absolutely flourish during difficult times, as long as they pay constant attention to their internal mirror, window, and crystal ball. How we see ourselves, … Continue reading Flourish with Humility: Leadership Strategy
While, October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month 24 people per minute almost every day experience some type of abuse. Think about 60 seconds in a minute. In the United States alone, almost every 3 seconds (24 people per minute) someone is physically abused, raped, or stalked by an intimate partner. This equates to over 12 … Continue reading Breast Cancer Awareness and Domestic Violence Pt. 2
OCTOBER MARKS TWO IMPORTANT AWARENESS OCCURRENCES: BREAST CANCER AWARENESS AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HIS MONTH IS BREAST CANCER AWARENESS. THE U.S. BREAST CANCER ORGANIZATION REPORTS (2017) “About 1 in 8 U.S. women (about 12%) will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime. In 2017, an estimated 252,710 new cases of invasive breast cancer … Continue reading October: Breast Cancer Awareness and Domestic Violence Month Pt. 1
October is a time when young children will be going from house-to-house, church events, community events, and parties. With little children out at night it is important to keep safety in the front of our minds. Parents and guardians should take an active role with their children on October 31st. Here are some safety tips: … Continue reading Halloween and harvest safety tips
Here are a list of some places that are serving Veteran’s who are and have served their country. We at CGL, say Thank You for remembering our veteran’s. Here are some links: www.military.com www.va.gov www.usatoday.com
As a Retired Army Veteran, Veteran’s Day holds a special meaning to me for several reasons. Let me just mentioned a couple. First, it is a special time when people honor veterans who are serving and have served our country. The sacrifices veteran’s make to keep our country safe are priceless. Please remember to thank … Continue reading Veteran’s Day’s: What does it mean to you