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American Pandemic Art

America’s Other Pandemic

On average, 20% of all adults in America wrestle with various degrees of mental health issues, from mild to moderate to severe impairment. A larger percentage of young adults, approaching

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ducks in flight

Everyone deserves to be led well

What does it take to be a good leader?  If you ask five people that question, you’ll likely get five different answers. Leaders share the vision and chart the course

Bear Market Graphic

Surviving a Bear Market

The stock market began its current slide on Jan. 3, 2022, and was confirmed a bear market – generally defined as a drop of 20% – on June 13. The

A replica of the sculpture by Auguste Rodin, made form wire with the text "Challenge: take a week and truly dissect your thinking

A Penny – Maybe More — For Your Thoughts?

Here’s a question for you.  How much thought do you give to your thoughts? I confess there was a time in my leadership journey when I never considered my thoughts. You’re

a young girl reaching for the stars

The sky is the limit at Peoria Public Schools

While Peoria’s public school district was officially founded in 1855, the accompanying illustration dates back to 1821. Fast forward to 2022 and Peoria Public Schools is one of the city’s

Close-up of a lions face

Common Traits Among Highly Successful People

Highly successful people learn that success is a mindset. The person who thinks they can and the one who thinks they can’t are usually both right. Success begins with the

Illustration of a woman with arms stretched out, her shadow is of a bird.

A few laws to live – and lead – by

Here’s something I think we all know: It’s not easy being a leader. It doesn’t matter if you’re leading your family or a Fortune 500 company. There are a million responsibilities