With popular books titled Dude, What’s My Job, Not Everyone Gets a Trophy and Managing Millennials, along with the rise in consulting companies that concentrate entirely on what makes millennials tick, there’s a lot of hype about the attitudes of millennials in the workplace and the new modern mindset that accompanies such a digital savvy, tech-spoiled generation.
Hosting a party and inviting people into your inner sanctuary is a selfless act.
Twenty-seven years ago, I had my first date with my husband, Larry, at the once legendary rock-n-roll club Dub’s in Gainesville.
One of my favorite sayings hangs above my desk on a hand-painted plaque, lovingly crafted by my niece, Ashley. It reads, “Aspire to Inspire before you Expire.”