Monthly Archives: January 2012

So Really, Why Should I Study History?

“Time has shown none understand The course of history’s well-laid plans.” Raise your hand if you hated history class in school. If I polled any of my peers, most of their hands would certainly shoot up. It wasn’t my favorite subject by any means. And why is that? While everyone seems to acknowledged the validity […]

The LIFE Business: The Education We Should Have Had

A leadership mastermind and co-founder of LIFE, Orrin Woodward is changing the world one life at a time. How? Through education. Or more specifically, a leadership education. Types of Education In his book A Thomas Jefferson Education, Oliver DeMille writes about three types of education: Conveyor Belt Found in public schools, private or charter schools, […]

4 Ways to Keep Your New Years Resolutions

Happy New Year! With everyone setting out to accomplish all the resolutions they’ve made for the upcoming year (which we all typically abandon about halfway through the month), I thought it only appropriate to take a look at how some of the most successful people manage to actually stick to the goals they set for […]