Posts tagged "values"
As far as I can tell, Tiger Mom, Amy Chua, thinks parenting is a role in which the parent intimidates and cruelly punishes children until they produce an outcome that can be considered best in class in a particular skill in comparison with others. While that is an interesting definition of parenting, I believe she... Read more »
Carrie Goldman has a ChicagoNow blog called Portrait of an Adoption. In a November blog she wrote about the bullying her daughter received from her fellow boy classmates in the first grade for bringing a Star Wars water bottle to school. She has received national attention for drawing attention to this important issue. Goldman stated... Read more »
In her book, Money and Happiness, Yahoo Finance Expert, Laura Rowley says that knowing your values is what creates the real value of money in your life. I met a man, Ed, in New York whose passion was spending time with his growing family. Ed told me, “Several years ago I decided that either this intuitive stuff... Read more »
His name is Eric. It really is. He does that heroic job that only special people can do – he delivers mail, everyday, in every kind of Chicago weather. And yesterday he and his wife went over the top to assure that I retrieved an important little card. I had saved some cash, a little... Read more »
Maybe the anger expressed against President Obama’s Peace Prize has everything to do with the fact that American values are not the same as other countries – the other countries who clearly stated their values through the selection of Obama as the distinguished winner. Several years ago, I was working in Europe as a business... Read more »