New Biz Journal Article: Why it’s Easy to Make a Dollar, but Hard to Make a Difference
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Why it’s Easy to Make a Dollar, but Hard to Make a Difference
Sep 29, 2016, 7:05am EST
In the age of ultra-prosperity, it’s easy to make a dollar, but hard to make a difference. —Kevin Kelly
Each season of life is a series of trials, and halftime is no exception.
When I introduce people to the idea of halftime, they seem to “get it” immediately, and are eager to begin working on their own positive transition experience. They understand the need to make a change in their lives, and for the first time they see this change as something positive rather than a crisis.
But there are aspects of halftime that pose serious problems that can derail you if you are not prepared for them.
Avoiding the Traps
In many ways, the season of halftime is like crossing a jungle clearing which contains a series of deep pits camouflaged with coverings of leaves and grass. You have just emerged from years of fighting your way through the brush, and that clearing looks so inviting…READ MORE