Feature Stories & Blog
Todd Kuckkahn helps others discover their potential features go-getters Nov 18, 2022

Todd Kuckkahn is on a mission to revolutionize company culture and leadership. His efforts assist businesses with their budget’s bottom line.

In a way, he needed lots of experience in gathering cash because Todd is a DODO (Dad of Daughters Only) of four young women equally adept at spending...

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Are you an extroverted introvert? insight Nov 14, 2022

One of my Facebook friends shared something recently that really got me thinking about my personality style. Originally posted on Instagram by Startup Ethics, the post described the traits of someone who is both introverted and extroverted at the same time.

I have always enjoyed being around...

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Five ways to practice gratitude this winter and every day insight Oct 28, 2022

As someone who has spent my share of winters in a northern climate, I am very familiar with the mindset that can develop when people spend most of their time indoors due to the cold, dreary weather.

I also know everything taking place in the world today -- a never-ending avalanche of...

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62-year-old discovers market for modified vintage clothing go-getters Oct 23, 2022

London resident Herbie Mensah was a self-admitted shopaholic who had accumulated a vast collection of designer clothing over the years, but the items were stashed in closets because they needed repair.

“It was good-quality, designer labels. But it had holes. I really didn’t want to...

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After son teaches parents how to jam, they released an album go-getters Oct 19, 2022

When COVID prevented 20-year-old Ryan Stokes from having friends over at his home in New Zealand, he taught his parents how to play drums and the electric guitar. The trio just released their first album.

Ryan's 55-year-old mother was the first to develop a new skill by learning to play drums. A...

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Don't ignore the early warning signs of cognitive decline insight Oct 18, 2022

It's impossible for people to carry out their mission or purpose when they're minds aren't working at peak capacity. I had COVID twice and both times two symptoms just crushed me. One was fatigue and the other was brain fog.

The fatigue required me to sleep for two to three hours for every hour...

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Teach One to Lead One connects adult mentors to teens go-getters Oct 16, 2022

When Dr. Lori Salierno spoke to an inner-city school in 1995, she saw young people who were at-risk and plagued with apathy and destructive behaviors.

During her presentation, several young men stood up chanting as they inched their way toward Lori in an attempt to rattle her. At a previous...

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Are you drawn to people, data or things? blog Oct 15, 2022

We are all drawn toward some type of vocation for which we pour out our heart and soul. Or, in the case of corporate America, sell our soul and sacrifice our heart.

But there has always been something that attracted our attention, sparked our curiosity or compelled us to a specific course of...

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Just three minutes can ruin your whole day insight Oct 14, 2022

This information is seven years old, but really needs to be disseminated far and wide today.

Researchers Shawn Achor and his wife, Michelle Gielan, reported in Harvard Business Review that just watching three minutes -- 180 seconds -- of negative news in the morning can leave you feeling...

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How does the Bible define retirement? blog Oct 13, 2022

For many Americans, the idea of retiring from work and living a life of recreation free of worry is extremely appealing. But, it’s also unbiblical.

The word “retirement” doesn’t appear anywhere in the Bible. Perhaps, that means God expects us to be productive during our...

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