5 Leadership Lessons From Captain Kirk

While the original Star Trek television series ran for only 79 episodes from 1966 to 1969, it has remained one of the most popular television franchises in history. Central to its popularity is the character of Captain James T. Kirk, played by William Shatner originally, and then by Chris Pine beginning with the 2009 movie. […]

Scientific Thinking for Goal Achievement

In 1921, author Henry Hamblin coined the term “Scientific Thinking” in his book “Dynamic Thought”. From that time to today, much has been written about the importance of directing your mind to bring about specific outcomes. Interestingly, many people are under the erroneous impression that they effectively control their minds and so don’t need any […]

Counseling For Drugs Addicts

Your first inclination might be to get angry when you find out your teen is using drugs. This a normal reaction, but please know that anger and yelling will just turn your teen’s ears to the “off” position. You need to let your teen know you care about them and that you just want the […]

Addiction Recovery – What’s in a Label?

Addiction Recovery spans a broad arena of problems, many are identified as diseases or disorders. The American Psychiatric Association continuously tries to add more and more types of behavior into their little classifications. So what you are labeled may change its name in the near future. “Big Changes Proposed In Psychiatric Diagnosis” is the news […]

Leaders Must Be Willing To Experiment

You aren’t a leader if all you intend to do, and actually end up doing, is continue what others have done before. True leadership requires innovation, considering alternatives, keeping an open mind, respecting and understanding the past without getting stuck in it, and looking for progressive ways to evolve one’s organization in order to maintain […]