5 Psychological Tips to Help You Stick to Your New Year’s Resolution – Huffington Post

5 Psychological Tips to Help You Stick to Your New Year's Resolution
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This is how I see it. Imagine a toll collector by one of the tunnels leading into Manhattan. One morning a driver pulls up to the collector's booth, pays his toll and drives away. Right behind him another driver pulls up, pays his toll and also drives

8 Surprising Things That’ll Make You Wildly Successful – Huffington Post


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8 Surprising Things That'll Make You Wildly Successful
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How To Be Successful, OWN Simplify Your Life, Success, Success Research, Success Secrets, Success Strategies, Success Tips, What Makes People Successful, OWN News. By Jena Pincott. We know, we know. Never stop learning. Set goals. Never fear 

12 Things Successful Women Do Differently – Huffington Post

12 Things Successful Women Do Differently
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Having a support network is key to being successful. Keeping up your friendships and forming new ones at every place you work makes you happier and helps your career later on. In 2009, Diablo Cody told the New York Times about the importance of her 

I Will Take My Bathroom Breaks, Michael Bloomberg, and Still Be Successful – Huffington Post

I Will Take My Bathroom Breaks, Michael Bloomberg, and Still Be Successful
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Michael Bloomberg, The Third Metric, Business Advice, Career Advice, Creativity At Work, Becoming Fearless, Heart-Based Leadership, How To Be Successful, Innovation, Leadership, Business News. Get Business Newsletters: Subscribe. New York Mayor 

Launched My Blog on Huffington Post—“Our Children and the Crisis in Education”

I am pleased to announce that I am now a contributor to the Huffington Post. My first blog appeared on Wednesday, April 21. I chose the topic of education in the U.S. and the opportunities we have to really make a big, positive impact in the way we educate our children.

For far too long, we’ve neglected educating our children to become people who can think for themselves, take responsibility, be tolerant and respectful, and work with others in creative ways. Character development is central to the education process but has been lacking for some time. To fill that need, we need stronger partnerships between schools and parents to unleash the potential of every child—to learn, grow and become leaders of their lives. 

One successful program called The Leader in Me Process has been applied at A.B. Combs Elementary School in Raleigh, North Carolina. At its core is teaching children, starting at kindergarten, habits of leadership. They are learning how to be accountable, treat others with respect, solve problems creatively, listen to understand and be trustworthy. Academic scores have dramatically improved and behavior problems have significantly dropped. The whole school is involved with this process and parents are thrilled to partner with their school to promote leadership principles with their children at school and at home.  

This Leader in Me Process is being applied in over 200 schools worldwide with remarkable, measurable success. To learn more, please see my blog: “Our Children and the Crisis in Education.” 

You may also be interested in reading my book, The Leader in Me—How Schools and Parents Around the World are Inspiring Greatness, One Child at a Time.