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The Art of Gathering – Priya Parker

The Art of Gathering – Priya Parker

I recently read a wonderful book - The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters. Truly it has been a long time since I underlined and wrote notes in the margins of a book, and I did this extensively for this book. Ellen Gelinas, a Glasser colleague recommended...

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The Value of Lobster

The Value of Lobster

The lobster fishery has been a way of life for generations of families in sea-side communities. It has literally put food on lots of tables. Over the years, the perception of the value of lobster has changed. Lobster hasn’t always been considered a treat; far from it....

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Friend and supporter lost her battle to cancer

Friend and supporter lost her battle to cancer

On Friday, July 27 a good friend and supporter lost her battle to cancer. Janet Longaphie was the first and only School Principal to bring her Beaverbrook School to the status of Glasser Quality School. In 1991 Dr. Glasser came to Moncton for a conference with Reality...

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Are We There Yet?

Are We There Yet?

When traveling with kids (or some adults), you’ll hear a repetitive chorus of, “Are we there yet?” If you are the driver, you may choose to find that annoying. However, put yourself in the position of the passenger-child for a moment. They have no control over where...

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Romance Writers Break the Mold Overview

Romance Writers Break the Mold Overview

I recently heard an interview with Chris Larson, Assistant Professor of Journalism at the University of Colorado. She spoke about the research she did on Romance Writers and their surprising financial success. Unlike many in media, romance writers are flourishing in...

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Finding the Joy

Finding the Joy

There is a woodchuck in my life. He lives close enough so I see him when he emerges from his den to sprawl on his rock in the sun. He’s far enough away, and much too wary of me, to become a pest. I’ve been observing him off and on for a couple of decades now. I call...

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