Tag Archives: conversation

Managing for Wealth

Get your finances in order. If you received a healthy tax refund, put half toward urgent debt, like credit cards or unpaid bills. Put the other half into savings, college, or retirement funds. If you received a paycheck raise (or … Continue reading

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What’s the best way to give criticism?

A Buddhist response – Before offering criticism, consider your intentions. It’s easy for ulterior motives to color the feedback you give. How are you entering the conversations? With judgment? A desire to control. Are you hoping to intimidate -or to … Continue reading

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Small Steps

Do a goal check… now is the time to ask, “What have I done to get closer to where I want to be?” If the answer doesn’t line up with goals you’ve set, use this reflection time to create new, … Continue reading

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Journaling : Age Mentors

Who are you “age mentors”? Who path to maturity has inspired you? Who has served as a warning? Next to each name, write down what that person’s life has taught you about aging?

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History Lesson

Okay, I may be very late to in learning about  Ron Lehker, but I just found this article  “This 90-Year-Old Man Is Winning on Reddit”   in my bin and I love his views on connection. It all started with … Continue reading

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