How we helped unemployed friends and improved our home to create more positive energy throughout the house—all thanks to scope creep.
Strategic distraction is key to protecting yourself from the emotional distress that is part of daily life. Don’t let it eat you up.
Learning after retirement is a fulfilling activity, remarkably like golf or other sports. But for those who want to continue to learn—either for work or for pleasure—there can ...
Don’t be fooled into thinking that the more complex something is, the better it must be. It’s “fake thinking.” Simple is so much simpler.
Age gives us the right to be happy by doing less work. Or, to be more accurate, by doing more play.
Crazy coincidences may be random acts…or, as I like to believe, spiritual “hellos” that let us know we are not alone. Keep your eyes open to the magic.
Everyone has the ability to take control over their own lives—no matter what their background or circumstances.
The message has been heard…change is needed. Now trade in your messages of protest for actions that touch those in need and help them achieve the success that everyone wants.
Don’t sweat the calendar. Take care of yourself, your pocketbook and, above all, your hat rack. Make sure you get to 70…it’s mostly in your control.
Trust but verify as you watch the news and draw conclusions about the presidential race. The media has abdicated its role as unbiased reporters to create its own messages.
How to protect yourself from the anger that is rampant in society, and even from the anger that maybe within you. Dr. Mark Goulston talks to Sarah Hiner.
Advice on productivity is wrongfully focused on the “what” and the “how.” The secret of productivity is to focus on the “why.”
Inspiration from oldsters who choose not to forfeit their life in the name of protecting it. Great lessons for all.
Secrets of success from entrepreneur Tom Golisano, former owner of the Buffalo Sabres NHL team and founder of Paychex.
It’s tempting to blame others when things don’t work out or if you’ve made a mistake. But in the blame game, the blamer always loses.
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