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Discovering Skills for a Meaningful Career
“No offense, but I don’t need you anymore.”Those words were music to Lillian Scenna’s ears.Scenna exclaimed, “That’s the best thing you can say to me!”After just a few days, Kim had settled into her new job as Assistant Swim Instructor at the YMCA and was ready to go it alone.Lillian...
Normand Dubreuil at a New Frontier
The continuing journey of a 4-year cancer survivor; if you have not read my previous articles you may want to read the beginning of my story.This is the link to the first of the previous contributions: https://www.prioritylearningresearch.com/articles/hope_faith_belief_supportHello everyone; it is great being back from my roller coaster ride in 2016....
Personal Significance: A Choice
This is the second of a four-part article series looking at Measuring Your ROi – The Return on Your Individual Impact Investment. This series is developed by ActionsProve, LLC, a new impact and significance consulting practice. Our first article focused on the non-profit sector, sharing how its value has been woven...
Freedom and Responsibility
The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails. –William Arthur Ward As we speed closer to the finish line of the presidential election of 2016, are you still paying attention to the news? I admit that I don’t want to miss a...
The Nonprofit Sector: More Than Charity (Part 1)
This is the first of a four-part article series looking at Measuring Your ROi – The Return on Your Individual Impact Investment. This series is developed by ActionsProve, LLC, a new impact and significance consulting practice.    We begin this series with an article on the non-profit sector.  We begin here...
Perspective on Public Statements
As I sit here on a Saturday morning with my coffee having just read the morning paper, the old guy in me feels like he has seen some of the news before.  This happens when you are my age and cycles of social behavior start to repeat themselves.  What I’m...
The Inelegant Art
Compromising when it hurts Political season is in full bloom.  If this one doesn’t make you scratch your head and wonder about what is going on with people, I would be surprised. Factions abound, opinions are based on social media leaks and we all know how dependable they are.  For some reason...
The Letter
I remember writing lots of letters as a teenager growing up in Methuen, Mass. I had a long- distance romance with a heartthrob from Maryland, and the mailbox and I became conditional friends. When there was a letter, the mailbox got closed very gently and painstakingly; when there was no...
Where Do You Want to Be?
Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.—George Bernard Shaw I had the pleasure of spending time with all three of my children over the recent weekend. No longer children, they are young adults making their way in the world in their own very...
Darkness Will Not Stop Me (Part 2)
Darkness Will Not Stop Me Answers this time Part II continued from March 2016   Spring has officially sprung and I hope you are getting out and enjoying the spring weather with the ones that you love. Last month I promised that I would continue the dialog about what each leader can do to...

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