Whether you want to re-organize and declutter your living space or simply design a more effective home office, (or avoid costly mistakes when doing any home remodeling), Kathryn Weber can show you how, in her book, Living Space: Simple Steps to Transform Your Home [Kindle Edition]. Living Space is a DIY (Do-It-Yourself) guide to re-organizing your home in ways that support your wants and needs. Weber helps you creates better energy, the feng shui way.
This is a very special guest post by Joanne McEachen of The Learner First, and author of 8 Must-Ask Questions to Get the Best Education for YOUR child – and How to Evaluate the Answers. This is also a special opportunity to potentially replicate some of the outstanding results that Joanne produced for more than 400 schools in New Zealand.
This is a powerful, inspiring, and enlightening guest post by Elizabeth Haas Edersheim, Ph.D. on great management lessons.
I think Elizabeth’s essence revolves around the idea that she is a “student of management”, so I’ve asked Elizabeth to boil down her best insights as a lifelong student of management.
This is a guest post by Shari Arison. Shari is a successful a businesswoman and philanthropist, as well as the best-selling author of Activate Your Goodness. Shari leads the Arison Group, a global business and philanthropic group, and she has been ranked No. 2 in Forbes World’s Greenest Billionaires, and No. 64 in Forbes World’s 100 Most Powerful Women. What does Shari do with all her influence? … She spreads goodness.
This is a guest post from Marc Ashbrook on how gaming is playing a new role in education and learning. It’s the gamification of education. There is a ton of innovation and change in the education space.
Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Robert D. Smith on how to understand the value of a single day, and how to make the most of it.
Robert is author of 20,000 Days and Counting, and he’s a consultant to best-selling authors, speakers, entertainers, and cutting edge organizations.