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Ruly Bookshelf: Thinking for a Change by John C. Maxwell

Ruly Bookshelf: Thinking for a Change by John C. Maxwell

“Have the right attitude” is a common admonishment to anyone making a difficult change. The mind is a powerful ally or foe in the change process. We can convince ourselves of success or failure and often this core belief influences a future course of events. […]

Riding the Elephant: Switch by Chip Heath and Dan Heath

Riding the Elephant: Switch by Chip Heath and Dan Heath

Imagine you are trying to get to a destination and the only way to get there is by elephant!  There you are, sitting atop the elephant, headed down a path.  What will influence your progress?  According to Chip and Dan Heath, authors of Switch: How […]

Ruly Mix: Andrew Huang

Ruly Mix: Andrew Huang

It’s the day after the most romantic day of the year and I thought we could all use a little reminder to cherish our loved ones every day of the year.  This month’s Ruly Mix artist, Andrew Huang, has provided a great song inspired by […]

Ruly Mix: Ben Harris

Ruly Mix: Ben Harris

‘Tis the season! Whether you are joyfully shopping and putting up decorations or feeling a little tired and overwhelmed, you will get a great boost from today’s Ruly Mix track from composer Ben Harris! I asked Ben for some modern holiday music and he came […]

Ruly Mix: George Vlad

Ruly Mix: George Vlad

Overwhelmed? Need a lift? How about something to challenge your thinking and creativity? I have just the treat for you today . . . another great Ruly Mix! Today’s mix comes from Romanian composer George Vlad. When I first contacted George to discuss doing a […]