Share your own joy for your own successes.  And, be sure to stimulate and share joy in each and every accomplishment that your child may have–no matter how large or how small. If your child is performing in their first piano recital or if he/she is playing that first game of T-Ball or if he/she…

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Imagine transforming your practice by improving your leadership style based on principles that encourage your team to be creative, productive, and willing to change when desirable.  There are two styles of leadership that dominate most workplaces:  transactional and transformational. Transactional leadership. Transactional leadership occurs when leaders reward or discipline their followers depending on the adequacy…

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“Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty.  Anyone that keeps learning stays young.  The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.” – Henry Ford

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Happy Birthday today to my incredible husband, John. Thank you for being you—and for sharing yourself with all of us whose lives you have touched in a profound way.  You are, in every way, “love”—of all people, at all times, in all circumstances.  As many things as you have taught—and do teach—perhaps the life lesson…

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Another eye-opening blog by my mentor, Alan Cohen.  Enjoy.- Cathy People who look through keyholes are apt to get the idea that most things are keyhole shaped.                                                      ― Source…

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Learning is an ongoing and delightful part of my life. I love to learn, to gain new insights, to grow. I choose to learn in all aspects of life because no matter how much I know—it only a miniscule amount compared to what there is to know. Every year I make effort to attend a…

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Yesterday’s celebration of Veterans Day, had me, as it always does, reflecting and remembering my wonderful father, Derry Ebert.  A Marine through and through, his impact on my life – still to this day – has been significant.  These are some thoughts I wrote on lessons my brothers and I learned from the lessons my…

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Okay, you tell us to honestly tell our kids about the tough times and include them in the resolution process.  Now you ask us to share the successes?  Won’t they just automatically see the successes?  Won’t they just naturally be happy about those? Not necessarily.  When you reach a goal; when you overcome a major…

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