Random Acts of Kindness


1. Clean up a local park 2. Compliment others. A simple “your hair looks great!” can make someone's day. 3. Donate used clothes 4. Hold the elevator. 5. Support your own and your friends' kids at their recitals and games.

3 Motivational Quotes


“You have to teach your heart and mind how to sing together... then you'll hear the sound of your soul” - Renee Carlino, Sweet Thing “Do not let the hero in your soul parish, in lonely frustration, for the life you deserved but never have been able to reach. Check your road and the nature of … Continue reading 3 Motivational Quotes

Random Phrases of the day


Yada YadaMeaning: A way to notify a person that what they're saying is predictable or boring. On Cloud NineMeaning: Having strong feelings of happiness or satisfaction.  Elvis Has Left The BuildingMeaning: Something that is all over. Fit as a FiddleMeaning: Being fit as a fiddle means to be in perfect health. Birds of a Feather Flock TogetherMeaning: People tend to … Continue reading Random Phrases of the day

Ethical Alliance Daily News


Ethical Alliance Daily News United States: US charges lobbyist who tried to sway Trump administration on 1MDB cases against Jho Low Aug 25, 2020 06:00 pm US prosecutors have charged a consultant there with illicit lobbying linked to attempts to influence the Trump administration into halting its investigation into the 1MDB global corruption scandal. The … Continue reading Ethical Alliance Daily News

Strategy+business Newsletter I like


  Ideas that work August 25, 2020 Share:     Targeted marketing campaigns are the key to capturing the at-home consumer Brand manufacturers and retailers will have to work together in response to long-lasting shifts in consumer behavior produced by COVID-19. by Derek Baker and Matt Egol advertisement How businesses can fast-track innovation to help during a … Continue reading Strategy+business Newsletter I like

Michael Sandel: The tyranny of merit | TED Talk


via Michael Sandel: The tyranny of merit | TED Talk What accounts for our polarized public life, and how can we begin to heal it? Political philosopher Michael Sandel offers a surprising answer: those who have flourished need to look in the mirror. He explores how "meritocratic hubris" leads many to believe their success is … Continue reading Michael Sandel: The tyranny of merit | TED Talk

Re-orient life


The individual soul has to realize its identity with the Supreme Universal Soul with full consciousness. Men shall have re-orientation of life in the light of this Ancient Truth; and they will readjust their attitude towards their neighbours in everyday life. To perceive the spiritual value of oneness is to promote real unity and cooperation; … Continue reading Re-orient life

Michael Sandel: The tyranny of merit | TED Talk


via Michael Sandel: The tyranny of merit | TED Talk What accounts for our polarized public life, and how can we begin to heal it? Political philosopher Michael Sandel offers a surprising answer: those who have flourished need to look in the mirror. He explores how "meritocratic hubris" leads many to believe their success is … Continue reading Michael Sandel: The tyranny of merit | TED Talk

WORD OF THE DAY


WORD OF THE DAY Grok grahk Part of speech: verb Origin: American English, 1960s 1 Understand (something) intuitively or by empathy 2 Empathize or communicate sympathetically; establish a rapport. Examples of Grok in a sentence "I haven't had children, but I grok what it must feel like to see your kids grow up." "I have a difficult coworker, so … Continue reading WORD OF THE DAY

Anti-Corruption Daily Newsletter for 08/25/2020


via Anti-Corruption Daily Newsletter for 08/25/2020 Your source for international risk & compliance related news, insights, and best practices. The new home of the FCPA Newswire edited by Mike Kenealy Anti Corruption Digest is the most comprehensive source for global risk & compliance related news, insights, and best practices. Readers are welcome to research the Anti Corruption … Continue reading Anti-Corruption Daily Newsletter for 08/25/2020

What’s Cooking Newsletter


Make a large head last and last. Get the Magazine Here's How to Store Cabbage So It Lasts Longer Cabbage is a go-to comfort ingredient, but seeing the large heads at the store can be intimidating. Luckily you can use one head for multiple recipes and store the rest with these tips.  See More » German Pork Chops and … Continue reading What’s Cooking Newsletter

Daily PNUTS NEWSLETTER I LIKE


Daily Pnut SUBSCRIBE / INVITE FRIENDS / VIEW IN BROWSERAUGUST 25, 2020 PNUT GALLERY The Good News How an Indigenous community in Brazil used tech to contain the coronavirus. (Slate). A mobile app steps in when the government wouldn’t. SEASONED NUTS: QUOTABLE “The eye sees only what the mind is prepared to comprehend.” ― Robertson … Continue reading Daily PNUTS NEWSLETTER I LIKE

Provoke like a mentor – Quotes collected via Goodreads.com


"Say 'provoking' again. Your mouth looks provocative when you do." — Becca Fitzpatrick (Hush, Hush (Hush, Hush, #1)) "These are the few ways we can practice humility: To speak as little as possible of one's self. To mind one's own business. Not to want to manage other people's affairs. To avoid curiosity. To accept contradictions and correction … Continue reading Provoke like a mentor – Quotes collected via Goodreads.com