As we start 2019, many of us will set goals and make resolutions in the hope that our lives will be better. I wish everyone the joy and satisfaction that comes from the fulfillment of personal and professional goals. As you set your goals and make resolutions for the New Year, I would like to suggestContinue reading “3 Things to Bear in Mind in 2019”
Millennials and their children will be the caregivers of tomorrow.
In less than 15 years, Alzheimer Canada predicts that 934,000 Canadians will be living with Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia. That’s a 66% increase in less than a generation.
A guiding principle for choosing quick wins is to determine key priorities and then to decide which ones are urgent and which ones are important. Urgent priorities are deadline-driven. Important priorities may impact the delivery of the urgent priorities.
Conventional wisdom tells us that children learn from the good example of their parents. But something went haywire when my mother misbehaved in the office of the Prime Minister. She defied the leadership of the Jamaica Civil Service Association by raising a topic that was not on the agenda in a meeting with the PrimeContinue reading “Lessons Learned from my Mother’s Bad Behaviour”
Throughout his life, my father was a teacher, even though he didn’t spend all his years in the classroom. High school and university students, business people, social workers and children in foster care all benefited in one way or another from his knowledge of physics, mathematics, human resources and guidance counselling. In the last tenContinue reading “What is YOUR Dharma?”