Have you ever reached a crossroads and wondered what you should be doing with your life? Tim Herrera for the New York Times offers these five tips to help you along the path.
–Start by looking backward
–Decide what ‘meaningful’ means to you
–Build a personal “board of directors,” a financial cushion, and take time to reflect
–Find a sponsor, not just a mentor
–Collect experience and be generous
In the article, 5 Tips to Help You Figure Out What to Do With Your Life, Tim delves deeper into each of these categories, defining the roles of a sponsor verses mentor and gives insight into ways to construct your own group of trusted confidants. A recommended read for anyone currently pondering their future.
Last week Hurricane Harvey swept through Texas and Louisiana leaving destruction in its wake. Now the Atlantic hurricane, Irma is causing great damage to the Leeward Islands with its eye set on Florida.
In the aftermath of a disaster, what are the best ways to help others and if you are affected by the storm, what should you do to expedite recovery?
The Federal Trade Commission offers a good overview of natural disaster best practices along with tips, advice and links to other agencies on their page, FTC Advice for Helping Hurricane Harvey Victims.