5 Ways to Give Your Time-Starved Kids (And You!) a Break
With the finish of the school year, numerous guardians as of now are energetically marking their children up for extracurricular exercises ceaselessly to inquire as to whether this is best for the wellbeing and prosperity of their kids. This year, give your time-starved children and yourself a break.
5 Important Leadership Lessons To Be Learned From South Africa
Having spent 17 days in Southern Africa, and the majority of that time throughout South Africa, I feel it's important to reflect on some of my perspectives and observations, as well as consider important leadership lessons, to be learned from this nation's history, and the present. Not only is South Africa, one of the most awe-inspiring, magnificent places, with incredible potential, because of its rich amount of minerals, gems, etc, and the most amazing photo opportunities, available by riding through game reserves and national parks, but it displays a sharp contrast between the haves and has - note with very weak infrastructure, corrupt leadership, and unbelievable unemployment. Nelson Mandela dedicated at least 67 years of his life to the cause of a Free - South Africa, creating a magnificent constitution and/ or Freedom Document. He led the nation, spiritually, and through personal self-sacrifice, away from oppression and apartheid, and towards a free nation. He became their first prime minister, of the post - apartheid period. Yet, because of weak, corrupt, ineffective leadership, the people today, for the most part, are still part of the Third World, and the best of Mandela's intentions and visions, have not been enough to move a greater number of citizens into a better existence. Let's review 5 leadership lessons we might learn, from the experiences of South Africa, in the post-apartheid period, since the 1990s.
Leadership Riddle: When Does Something Sound Ideal, But Maybe Isn't? - 5 Examples
This present election cycle, which has included far more theatrics, very few specifics, and an over-reliance on mere sound-bytes and generalities, has exemplified the fact that although many statements, promises, and premises, may sound great, there are often numerous ramifications, which might impact the eventual quality of the performance (i.e. the reality). Often, overly simplistic statements or ideas, merely focus on popular issues, etc., which may resonate with the sentiments, feelings, and even biases of others, simply are not the right (or best) way to proceed. We all must beware of buying into the hype and/or rhetoric, and rather understanding the need to thoroughly examine the possibilities and/or ramifications. Here are 5 examples:
Basic Dental Care - Infants and Children
You realize that you should brush your teeth in any event twice every day to keep up appropriate dental wellbeing. Yet, do you know how your baby's or little youngster's teeth ought to be dealt with? It is similarly as significant for their teeth to be kept up, to guarantee solid tooth development and appropriate turn of events.