YOUR INSIGHT OF THE DAY


YOUR INSIGHT OF THE DAYBefore anything else, preparation is the key to success.Alexander Graham Bell - 1847-1922 - Inventor-Scientist-Teacher

WORD OF THE DAY


WORD OF THE DAY TonicTAH-nikPart of speech: nounOrigin: French, mid 17th century 1Something with an invigorating effect.2The first note in a scale which, in conventional harmony, provides the keynote of a piece of music.   Examples of Tonic in a sentence "Layla knew she needed to drink the tonic even though it tasted bitter." "The tonic in his original composition was … Continue reading WORD OF THE DAY

Did you know…


Did you know... ... that today is Positive Thinking Day? Take a few minutes today to think about the positives in your life. They don't have to be huge, monumental wins. They can just be small wins. Remember, a lot of small wins throughout the day can result in great positive thinking overall. Think of … Continue reading Did you know…

Too many Black Americans live in food deserts


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The mind does not exist


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3 Phrases to provoke thoughts


Beating Around the Bush Meaning: Someone who is beating around the bush is someone who avoids the main point. No Ifs, Ands, or Buts Meaning: Finishing a task without making any excuses. Give a Man a Fish Meaning: It's better to teach a person how to do something than to do that something for them.

Rembrandt blockbuster draws 42,000 visitors to National Gallery of Canada


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The Most Famous Things Mark Twain Never Said


The Most Famous Things Mark Twain Never Said Samuel Clemens — nom de plume Mark Twain — was a font of quotable sayings, covering everything from the afterlife to adventure. His quotes are often funny, regularly sarcastic, and sometimes inspiring. Though best known for his humor, Twain’s quips have been known to move people to … Continue reading The Most Famous Things Mark Twain Never Said

W.O.T.D.


WORD OF THE DAY Sedulous SEH-jəl-əsPart of speech: adjective Origin: Latin, mid 16th century 1(Of a person or action) showing dedication and diligence.   Examples of Sedulous in a sentence "Marnie’s sedulous nature was a good fit for medical research." "Because Jeremy is sedulous, he caught the mistake right away."

The future of work: Managing three risks of the hybrid workplace


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