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This Story About a Radio DJ With an Audience of One Is All the Inspiration You Need for the New Year

My favorite news story of 2018 was about Deke Duncan, a radio-loving Englishman who set up his own station in the 1970s in a storage shed at the back of his garden. Called Radio 77, the show was broadcast exclusively to an audience of one: Duncan’s wife, Teresa, who’d listen in on Sundays from inside their home in Stevenage, a small Hertfordshire town. Continue Reading

3 Things You Must Do Before You Embark on a Career Change

Reigniting a career dream you’d given up long ago, or awakening to one you hadn’t realized you even had, can be electrifying at first. To keep your feet on the ground while your heart and mind light up with ideas and plans for your new direction, check off the following to-dos early on in your career change. Continue Reading

Joy Behar Has Two Bits of Advice That’ll Serve You Well in Difficult Moments

Comedienne Joy Behar has been a fixture on daytime TV since joining the original panel of The View back in the mid-nineties. Ever since then, she’s been delighting – and shocking – viewers with her unique brand of wit, humor, and favorite-aunt wisdom… Continue Reading

3 Telltale Signs It’s Time to Quit Your Job

We’ve all been there. Staying in a job that drains you can take a serious toll on your wellbeing, but at what point can you know for sure that it’s time to move on? Ultimately, a decision to leave will have to depend heavily on personal circumstances, but waiting until you reach your breaking point is probably not the healthiest option… Continue Reading

This Maya Angelou Quote Will Awaken You to the Power Behind Your Words

You’d be hard-pressed not to find some insight in almost anything said by the late Maya Angelou (1928 – 2014), one of the most celebrated American writers of her time. From the rich poem composed especially for President Bill Clinton’s 1993 inauguration, “On the Pulse of Morning”, to the… Continue Reading