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Intergenerational relationships are essential insight Nov 02, 2021

When Raymond Jetson arrived at age 65, the experience wasn't what the founder of MetroMorphosis expected it to be.

"In my childhood, 65 was the age when workers, mostly men, celebrated their retirement, received their 'old-age pension' and began to live a very different life. Many, due to the...

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Are you impacted by burnout? insight Oct 29, 2021

What is burnout? It's not just squealing tires on a racetrack after a victory lap.

Most of us intuitively know what burnout means. Some of us have experienced it while others may feel on the cusp of falling into burnout, writes Dr. Aaliya Yaqub, chief medical officer at Thrive Global.

From a life...

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Man combines passion for coffee with desire to help veterans go-getters news Oct 29, 2021

Operation Transition Outside the Wire is a non-profit, veteran-owned company that has plans to develop 130-acres north of Williams, Ariz., for a ranch to house veterans and their spouses for up to six months as they transition from military to civilian life, Williams-Grand Canyon News reported.

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Florida man commits to building stronger communities go-getters news Oct 27, 2021

Doug Eaton was just a few years into his financial career in 2001 as he watched helplessly from his Manhattan office as terrorists flew commercial jets into the World Trade Center towers in New York City, Tap Into Coral Springs reported.

With an overwhelming desire to protect his young family, he...

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The six Cs to reignite your purpose insight Oct 26, 2021

"I had the privilege of engaging in deep discussions with more than 4,000 people aiming to redefine their future, and I learned from each of their journeys," wrote Claudio Fernández-Aráoz in Harvard Business Review.

"I’ve discovered that those who use pivot points to progress...

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If you're not happy, are you pursuing your purpose? insight Oct 26, 2021

"I believe you have a life purpose — we all do," writes Daniel Scott in Entrepreneur magazine.

"Since there is no other individual on the planet exactly like you that has the exact combination of nature and nurture, it seems obvious and logical that you must be capable of providing some...

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The Monday Christian: What do I do with 'wasted years? insight Oct 25, 2021

"What do you do when you can’t make sense of a season in your life? Your sacrifices are met with empty harvests and brass heavens? What do you do with a promise and only a 40-year hike to show for it?" asks Jeremy Howard at The Monday Christian.

That's a question posed by many people,...

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Ex-cop starts school to give kids a second chance go-getters news Oct 20, 2021

As an Atlanta police officer, Steve Finn had seen too many young people make really poor decisions that sent them to jail for many years or, worse, to an early grave.

So the 51-year-old and his wife, asked the all-important question, "Okay God, what do you want me to do with the time I'm here?"

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What legacy will you leave today? blog opinion Oct 20, 2021

Today, I learned a Facebook friend died suddenly this week. He experienced a major heart problem and died quickly.

That meant there was no time for goodbyes or to offer final words of advice and encouragement.

People reflecting on his death and the man by viewing his Facebook posts will read...

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Woman proves you don't need to walk to have purpose news Oct 14, 2021

In a delightful article appearing on her blog, Susan Fink relayed the story of an older woman who could barely walk down a grocery store aisle, yet she found a purpose for her life in the easiest of ways -- with words of encouragement.

Initially, Louise Hawkins mocked a radio announcer who...

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