WAREHOUSE

In The Warehouse, we store everything that’s been unloaded from the Content Barges. You can see it all in a glance…and each piece is arranged by delivery date!

The Blessing of a Helping Hand

A friend recently shared a valuable lesson he learned as a child. He and his dad were headed for the dumpster one afternoon with a couple bags of trash. A neighbor, running the same errand, noticed and graciously stopped and offered to take theirs.  Not wanting to be...

WD-40

It all started in 1953 when a small business set out to create a line of rust-prevention products for the aerospace industry…only it took 40 tries to perfect the formula. Today, that formula is hidden in a secret vault—somewhere in California. Think you know the recipe?

Simplicity

Simplicity is a term you might associate with something being easy, but  Leonardo DaVinci said, “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”  Simplicity is a practice you can invite into every facet of your life – business, relationships, finances… even the kitchen. ...

Loneliness

Even extroverts need some alone time now and then – but solitude and loneliness are two very different things. Loneliness is a sadness that envelops us because our social needs aren’t being met. Our post-pandemic world, with more people working remotely, is...

Generation Conversations | Episode 5: Jealousy and Comparison

Jealousy and comparison—it’s not just a generational issue, it’s a human issue. Emily Isbell (Gen Z) and Dan Stone (Gen X) dive into these topics while exploring their place in social media. Is it all bad? Can some of it be good? It’s a delicate balance that is ultimately determined by the value you place on yourself.

Building Self-Trust

Do you trust yourself? It might sound like a silly question, but think about it for a moment.  Self-trust is recognizing your capacity to handle what life throws at you. When you build self-trust you can possess confidence and comfort in knowing that you find a way to...

The Bet

A banker and a lawyer make a wager…would you spend 15 years in solitary confinement for two-million dollars in 1870 (nearly $50 million today)? Read here by Leslie Anne Tarabella, “The Bet” is a classic short story by Anton Chekhov.

Humility

If you became one of the richest people in the world, would you continue to live in the same house? That’s exactly what Warren Buffet did – in fact, he’s still living in the same five bedroom house he bought more than a half century ago.  It’s safe to assume he can...

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