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What To Do To Go With The Flow

Serious efforts are dedicated to fitting in with what people want from us. Stressful careers, demanding kids, or heavy loans all stand above us, asking us to make it. The result, in any case, is that no matter what happens, we have to put our pieces back together and go...
Leo Bottary
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Ode to Joy

During the mid-2000s, I worked with an architectural engineering firm client struggling to find its footing in the face of a quickly changing, uncertain future. Quite frankly, the executive leadership team was having a crisis of confidence. They were convinced that embracing what was coming would be different from anything...
Wealth Management

5 Types of REITs You Can Invest In

Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) are investment vehicles that pool the money of multiple investors to invest in real estate assets. REITs have become increasingly popular investment options because they offer the benefits of investing in real estate without requiring direct ownership or management of properties. In this article, we...
Big Picture

The Ghosting Generation

It is common in our society lately to hear stories of people who someday decide to cut off from another person that is very close to them. It seems they disappear completely from the lives of their beloved ones. Most of the time, we talk about boyfriends and girlfriends, while...
Monique Richardson
CEO Insights

How To Shift Negativity In The Workplace

I am often asked by leaders how to manage constant negativity from their teams. I have been fascinated with positive thinking since reading the book ‘Learned Optimism’ by Martin Seligman, positive psychology’s founding father, who argues that we can cultivate a positive outlook and perspective. Seligman (2006) explored the beneficial impacts of...
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