Category Archives: relationships

Make Peace to Have Peace

In the Appalachian backcountry of West Virginia and Kentucky, during the post Civil War 1800s along the Tug Fork River, lived two families named Hatfield and McCoy who began a feud that would last more than 100 years. Legend tells … Continue reading

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It’s Not Personal…

The following was originally posted by Douglas Constant on Saturday, March 28, 2009. Douglas lives at The Intersection of Purpose & Now.Any interaction between two or more persons is, by definition, personal. When someone makes a decsion or takes an … Continue reading

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How can I get ahead in my work and career?

Ah, the American Dream, to “get ahead” of the competition. Really, though, get ahead of whom? The common life question of “getting ahead” makes work sound like a race, so an underlying question must be, “Who are you racing?” If … Continue reading

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