Nancy Colasurdo

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Why English Majors are Just as Important as Engineers

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.

Work Ethic a la Michael Jordan

Michael Jordan will always be the guy who was cut from the varsity basketball team in his sophomore year and went on to become what many believe to be the greatest basketball player in history. And we can learn a lot from the legend. 

The Message in Bush’s Art

It's time to step outside our comfort zone. You don't have to run a mile past your limit, but it's important to try something that is pushes the realm of your expertise with no fear of failing and just roll with it.

Awards Season and the Culture of Mean

As we move into the thick of the fashion forward awards season, it's hard to ignore the signs that as a society, we often step over the line with superficial comments and snap judgments. 

Could We Give Each Other a Break?

It's time to start living in a way that doesn't necessarily mean pitying others, but giving them the benefit of the doubt.

Do You Brake for Squirrels?

Abundance or lack? Agreeable or argumentative? Optimistic or pessimistic? We have a choice in how we look at things and it can impact how we live our lives.