Nancy Colasurdo Archive
Published December 19, 2012
So often, we say 'anything you need' and 'if you need an ear.' Two months from now, five months from now, a year from now, those who are grieving still may need us to listen.
Published December 14, 2012
The holiday season is full of bells and chatter, but enjoying a few of the dings and clangs is what it’s about. Who’s going to be ‘on’ and giddy 100% of the time? Not even Santa, my friends.
Published December 12, 2012
A recent proposal by Florida's task force on higher education suggests university tuition rates be frozen for three years for students pursuing 'job-friendly' degrees. It’s a scary proposition, this idea of doing the societally dictated right thing, putting your square self in the round peg that is today’s open job.
Published December 07, 2012
You have control of how you leave your interactions. If you walk away feeling uneasy, it is incumbent upon you to make that feeling go away. Right it.
Published December 05, 2012
It takes courage to tell our story, state our truth and explore what’s within, but it's worth doing.
Published November 30, 2012
Even the worst years have a way of teaching us something.
Published November 28, 2012
The more wrung out we feel, the closer we are to some kind of light.
Published November 23, 2012
Shopping in a mall on Black Friday might be some people's version of hell; for others, it's something truly meaningful.
Published November 21, 2012
Uncomfortable or abnormal situations can be powerful reminders of how we should be living our lives.
Published November 16, 2012
David Petraeus isn't the first man to cheat and he won’t be the last. So should we really care about his affair? Does it change his long-running reputation as leader?