By Lori Williams on April 11, 2014
After faithfully blogging for 5 years every Tuesday, I took a much needed break effective January 2014. I’ve been focused on other aspects of my business, such as our events and group training programs. You can hear from me monthly if you subscribe to my “news and events” newsletter or our quarterly “legal update”. Please visit the homepage of our website in the top right corner to subscribe to our newsletters. (Click on blog title to read the rest of this post.)
By Lori Williams on December 10, 2013
Let’s face it, the holidays bring out the best and worst in people. Whether it’s that distant cousin you have to tolerate at the holiday dinner, or the co-worker who tells the same annoying jokes every year at the office party, we are likely to encounter some type of conflict this time of year. Joyce Weiss is an expert in the conflict resolution business, and coaches individuals and companies through the process of healthy communications and interactions. Read on to learn Joyce’s tips for healthy interactions this holiday season.
By Lori Williams on November 18, 2013
Here’s my week in review and the top 5 things I learned from the Beans and Rice Experiment
By Lori Williams on November 14, 2013
I’ve enjoyed having dialogues about this beans and rice experiment with people on the phone, on Facebook, or in person. They ask lots of questions. I keep wanting to say, “read my blog, it’s all in there.” But one way or another, the story is being told. Read on to see what fab recipe I made today with beans and rice, and what I’m learning through this journey.
By Lori Williams on November 13, 2013
Well I’ve made it to the 4th day! The good news is I’ve been getting 3 servings out of each recipe I’ve made, so I don’t have to cook much. The bad news is that I’m still eating beans and rice and you can only dress it up so many ways! Tomorrow is like an oasis because I get to eat normal food. Who would have thought I’d be so excited about 3 meetings that allow me to eat a regular diet? It’s hard to fathom how people eat plain beans and rice day in and day out for years, and only get to eat one meal a day. When your choice is this or starvation, it’s not really a choice. Of course I’ve heard about people living this way and have seen pictures and videos, but until you experience a small taste of their life, you don’t really get it. Food is obviously only one aspect of their life. Add the primitive living conditions, extreme poverty, health risks, and other unfathomable conditions and most of us would be ready to go home after one day.