Self-Seeking Versus Unselfishness

"The world is so full of people who are grabbing and self-seeking. So the rare individual who unselfishly tries to serve others has an enormous advantage."   Dale Carnegie wrote that line in his book How to Win Friends and Influence People. The line comes right after he describes a day where he encountered two … Continue reading Self-Seeking Versus Unselfishness

Generational Changes and How Millenials React to a New World

I'm a Millennial, and my generation often gets a bad rap for many of the ways we eschew traditions. We are often seen as lazy, wanting instant gratification, and as the "participation trophy" generation. However, like any branding of a particular generation, I think these views on Millennials are undeserved. My generation is responding to … Continue reading Generational Changes and How Millenials React to a New World

Reflecting Your Inner Self

Without self-awareness I have found that it is easy to fall into a place where my actions do not hold to the values that I profess to live by. Even with self-awareness, I have found that there are still times where my actions fall short of what I think should be my ideal. Occasionally I … Continue reading Reflecting Your Inner Self

Self-Aware

To write his book Return on Character author Fred Kiel studied the character traits and habits of business leaders from large to small businesses across the country.  He spoke with the leaders themselves, their teams, and the employees within the company to get a sense of which leaders truly valued and displayed strong moral character while … Continue reading Self-Aware