The Evolution of Labor Day

The Evolution of Labor Day We’re excited to welcome David Savage as a guest blogger to Develop Everybody. With Labor Day celebrations happening this weekend in the U.S., our minds were thinking about collaboration in the workplace. And we couldn’t think of a better person to turn to than our fellow 36 Dollar 360 user, David. Having recently published a book

What Is Perceived and How May It Affect How I Negotiate My Life (and our future)?

“The are no facts, only interpretations.” Friedrich Nietzsche In these days of turmoil, challenge, wall builders and opportunity, be conscious of your own interpretations. Shadows: A beautiful warm sunny day in Tulum, Mexico and a sense of adventure had me wanting a journey. I spoke to some travelers experienced in this area and a local

Summer Solstice and Collaboration

Thank you for sharing your time and collaborating. In this update, I offer; Offers and Asks Recommendations Bestseller Day Progress and Opportunities International Events Podcasts New works and invitations Summer Solstice and Collaboration 5 Key Questions A valuable volume for the senior leader of any group, business, or organization who wants to build a collaborative culture.”

Cox as the Board of Directors

Charles O’Sullivan, Chairman, Hemisphere Energy Corporation in Vancouver,shares a personal story about collaboration: When I think about collaboration, I realize how it is so important both in business and in sport. During my teenage years and then again at university, I was very much involved in competitive rowing. I rowed in both 4’s and 8’s,

A Cultural Change Is Needed, Doreen Liberto, Guest Blog

The United States and many parts of the world have developed an unfortunate culture of debating, and not listening or understanding the other side.  We only have to watch the events of the 2016 US Presidential election.  “I’m right and you are wrong!”  People shout at each other, and fists start flying.  It’s these extreme

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