Monthly Archives: October 2010

Dealing With Indigo Children

I’m sure you’re all familiar with the book Indigo Children by Lee Carroll and Jan Tober. Broadly speaking these children are different, not necessarily ADD or ADHD but they can be. These children are in their own little worlds. Many children are like this but Indigos differ in their sensitivity to their surroundings and to people and in their ability to see the big picture. Continue reading

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Life Lessons From Colonel Sanders

Did you know that Colonel Sanders was turned down 1,009 times before anyone bought the rights to his KFC chicken recipe? Harlan Sanders owned a restaurant/motel/service station business and at the age 63 was offered nearly $200,000 for it. Deciding … Continue reading

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Compliments

Each morning I try to start the day reading Sarah Ban Breathnach’s ‘Simple Abundance ‘ A Daybook of Comfort and Joy’. A recent passagewas about the importance of compliments. What a gem. Continue reading

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Personalities, Children & You

I once attended a seminar for business people on managing staff.  It got me thinking that managing a team of adults is no different from managing a classroom of children.  At the core of our being we are all children.  … Continue reading

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