Hoover High School Officials Choose Positive Action

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September 2, 2011

Tweet Hoover, Alabama, high school principal, Don Hulin, recently reversed the school’s official decision to stop a student, Sara Couvillon, from wearing a T-Shirt expressing acceptance of the homosexual lifestyle. This was not, however, the school’s initial reaction as school officials first told the Couvillon she was violating the school’s dress code by wearing...
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Emotional Pain is Not a Sickness

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August 31, 2011

Tweet There is nothing wrong with feeling bad.  It does happen.  But there seems to be someone going around giving emotional pain a bad name.  It is all right to feel depressed, sad, upset, angry, miserable, gloomy or unhappy.  In fact, there are times when it is appropriate to have these feelings, like when...
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Readers are Leaders!

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August 29, 2011

Tweet Our class members in Dale Carnegie often ask for a “reading list” of suggested titles related to leadership and personal development.   Check out this great resource from our friends at Zappos – the Zappos Family Library.  Their reading list is sure to please! This post is brought to you by the good folks at Dale Carnegie Training...
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Do This NOW and Your Family Will Thank You!

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August 24, 2011

Tweet Trouble sleeping?  Try reading up on one of these topics: wills, testaments, end life of planning documents.  Yawn…....
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Two Simple Letters

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August 23, 2011

Tweet There is one word in the English language that most people take for granted.  It is such a...
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Competition in the Job Market

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August 23, 2011

Tweet Unemployment is in the forefront of every American’s mind lately. With the national unemployment rate reaching over 9%...
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The Concept of Mumpsimus

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August 19, 2011

Tweet Most people have never heard of this term.  It isn’t commonly used in today’s society, but its concept...
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