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On 12/1/2015, Above the Chatter, Our Words Matter will launch and be available from Local, Regional, and National Bookstores and at all major on-line book sites. In Celebration, I am posting a new motivational word each day from now until LAUNCH day. If the word of the day, touches you, please forward, share, re-tweet to your friends and encourage them to check out the book at their favorite book store location or on-line site. Okay first up, EMBRACE your gifts E mpowered (batteries included) M adeRead More
“Bruce Pulver this is the most amazing book!!! And yours was easy because it was YOUR legacy.” Tammy Kling “The words in the book are ‘Medicine on a Page’” Christine W “Your book will be a constant inspiration to others that are searching for meaning in a time of despair. Kudos to you for sharing what you learned and helping others to find their way.” Tammy G “Bruce, your book could not have come to me at a better time. My family and I areRead More
Kick But We can have great ideas and aspirations. We can even have great motivation to achieve a goal or make the change needed to accomplish something. What makes these flashes of inspiration often flame out leaving us disappointed, discouraged and often less determined when the next spark of a great thought hits us? We must remove the word “but” from our vocabulary. Change “Yes, but I’ve never done that before” and “Yes, but I’m no good at that” immediately with “Yes I can getRead More
What a game! We have all played it at one time or another, right? It is a classic way to determine so many things. Who goes first in picking kickball teams at school, who is chosen to read aloud in class, and who has to do the dishes after dinner. The rules are simple, on the count of three each person puts out his/her hand in the shape of the desired item Rock = closed fist, Paper = hand with palm down fingers extended, ScissorsRead More
To be a learner, I was always told to ask questions. You know, the inquisitive ones which are not easily answered with a dismissive Yes or No! Over the years, this has generally been good advice. I am comfortable asking Who? What? When? Why? and How? This skill has served me well. In writing “Above the Chatter, Our Words Matter“, I discovered it can be more effective not to ask but to answer these questions myself in order to reach the outcomes I desire.Read More
Thank you IWL for publishing my article about managing yourself when engaged in a job search. I sincerely hope it helps others attain success. Please view are article here: http://integratingwomanleaders.com/the-10-ps-to-managing-yourself-and-your-attitude-in-the-job-search-world/Read More