Leadership Considerations for Organizational Change

I want to provide you with a few things to consider regarding organizational change. In an entry in the Leadership & Organization Development Journal, Randall and Coakley state that “Leadership is more than an individual acting in a position. It is a process in which change initiatives must emanate from key stakeholders, all of whom … Read more

Raisins Are Not Just For Kids

It never ceases to amaze me how many people comment that they have not had grapes or raisins since they were children. Grapes and raisins are a superfood in many ways. While they make an excellent snack for kids, they are also extremely beneficial for adults. Red Grapes Red grapes are rich in nutrients and … Read more

Urogenital Parasites that Doctors Miss

While exploring the internet for new health perspectives, I ran across a blog post asking, “Could Parasites Be Causing Prostate Cancer?” This post led me to another article by Gustavo Arrizabalaga at the Indiana University School of Medicine. Gustavo’s article stated, “A new study led by graduate student Darrelle Colinot at Indiana University School of … Read more

The EdD Versus the PhD – Consider This

Why would someone choose an EdD over a PhD? That’s a valid question and a question that I believe deserves a thorough answer. This is because, as with many things, there seems to be a high level of confusion over what each degree really represents. In some circles, the EdD is as prized as any … Read more

My Favorite Fiber Supplements

In my Nutritional Philosophy, I mentioned having HMOs and Larch in my cabinet. Since publishing, I have had several questions about both types of fiber. Today, I want to share a little more about these amazing fibers and why I always have some on hand. HMOs Human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) are not really fibers. Technically, … Read more

Emergency Preparedness: Times of Crisis

Let’s discuss emergency preparedness. Emergencies can happen anytime, and it’s essential to be prepared to protect yourself and your loved ones. Whether it’s a natural disaster, power outage, or civil unrest, having an emergency plan can help ensure your safety and well-being. This article will guide you through the essential steps and considerations for emergency … Read more

Steps to Secure Your Home

Money is tight, and crime is on the rise. The last thing you need is for someone to take your stuff. When it comes to protecting your home, it’s important to be proactive. Here are some simple steps you can take to secure your home: Lock your doors and windows: This may seem like a … Read more

Communicating the Vision

A leader without vision is like fish without water. Similarly, a leader incapable of sharing their vision is like an armless person trying to share a warm hug. Statements such as these are visually descriptive and help others visualize the message we are trying to convey. This is a critical leadership skill. Kouzes and Posner … Read more

Tips to Make and Save Money

It seems that we are looking for ways to either save or make a little extra money. I wanted to share a few tips that might help you achieve either goal. Tips To Make Money: Sell items you no longer need: Go through your closet, garage, and storage areas and gather up items you no … Read more