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Author: Annie Duncan

Disclaimer: I’m not a sports-blogger.  But I couldn’t resist writing up something – along with the rest of the world – on Richard Sherman’s behavior and post-game interview with Erin Andrews.  If you haven’t seen it, click here. Fans around the world are divided – they have commented that Sherman should

This past November, I attended a Humanizing Work conference in New York City.  Mark Crowley (well-known writer for Fast Company) gave a compelling and challenging talk regarding leadership in the workplace.   He commented that during the past few years, worker's needs have changed, but their leaders have not.  This has resulted

This past week, I was reminded by something that I heard at a conference almost a year ago now.  The speaker remarked: The key to unlocking your greatest happiness is thankfulness. With another Thanksgiving coming and going, I’ve spent a lot thinking about how correlated those two things are - thankfulness

This week, I finished my "Christina-Dudley-triathlon-series" (read more about that series here and here) by reading her latest book, The Beresfords.  The book is a modern day adaptation of Jane Austen's Mansfield Park and was actually chosen as "The Best Modern Adaptation" in 2012 by Austenprose.  Similar to the Fanny Price of Mansfield Park, the book tells the tale of Frannie Price and

Sequel to Week 13's Mourning Becomes Cassandra, The Littlest Doubts continues the fun, and at times comical, plot line.  The book also ties up a few loose ends, but not in the way one expects.  Dudley keeps you guessing until the final pages.  And as you finish the book, you'll wish