Entries by bronwynr

I will dance – inspiration in a story

  Billy cannot hit anybody. Although his father yells: ‘Hit him!’ He cannot comprehend that order. In fact, the delicately built boy appears virtually camouflaged by the excessively large head protector and the boxing gloves. Awkwardly, he moves against the ropes, until he is felled by an uppercut from his opponent. Once again, Billy Elliot […]

5 Tips to Establishing Your Digital Identity

Nearly half the world has internet access, which provides a gateway for small businesses to now enter a global market. It is more important than ever before that businesses not only have a digital identity, but one that is present and relevant. In many cases, the digital identity will impact the success and longevity of […]

7 Time Management Tips That Actually Work

Do you want to be more productive or organized? Do you stay busy all day long but fail to accomplish anything? If so, you have landed on the right page. The time management tips given below can help you increase your productivity and keep you satisfied at the same time. Read on.     1) […]

Parents, children and the search for identity

ISBN: 9780743236720 Format Paperback Publisher: Scribner Book Company Published: November 2012 Winner:The National Book Critics Circle Award 2012 General Nonfiction Winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award, a Books for a Better Life Award, and one of The New York Times Book Review’s Ten Best Books of 2012, this masterpiece by the National Book […]

David Logan on Tribal Leadership

At TEDxUSC, business professor David Logan talks about the five kinds of tribes that humans naturally form -- in schools, workplaces, even the driver's license bureau. By understanding our shared tribal tendencies, we can help lead each other to become better individuals.        David Logan studies how people communicate within a company […]

How To Be a Scientist In Your Business and Why It Helps

  True confession: I was a scientist. I say that because that's what I did two degrees in, and my early career was spent in that realm. I wouldn't describe myself that way anymore, but there is one thing about science that suited me perfectly. I'm very curious. And my curiosity is both eclectic and […]