This site focuses on giving people with chronic health conditions the strategies, tools and insights they need to thrive in their work and their lives.

Bloggers

Timothy Clark

Timothy R. Clark is considered a global authority in executive development, change management and employee engagement. A powerful and highly sought-after speaker, Dr. Clark speaks to organizations and advises leaders around the world. Dr. Clark is the author of "The Employee Engagement Mindset" and “Epic Change” (Jossey-Bass 2008), named the top management book on the subject of change. Dr. Clark is a former CEO, earned a doctorate from Oxford University, and was an academic all-American football player at Brigham Young University.

Susan Shapiro Barash

Susan Shapiro Barash is an internationally-renowned gender and relationships expert and bestselling author. She has written 13 books on women's issues, including her latest, The Nine Phases of Marriage: How to Make It, Break It, Keep It.

SandwichedBoomers

Phyllis Goldberg, Ph.D. and Rosemary Lichtman, Ph.D.have over 40 years of collective private practice experience as psychotherapists.
As family relationship experts, they have developed a 4-step model for managing change. Whether you're coping with stress, acting-out teenagers, aging parents, boomerang kids or difficult daughters-in-law, they offer solutions that will make family rifts disappear.

Physical Therapist

Nancy Whelan,PT is the owner and director of the West Palm Beach Physical Therapy Center. She has 31 years of experience in the practice of Physical Therapy.

Vocational Coach

I want you to know that I believe that your middle years and beyond can be the best one's yet- It's up to you now to re-assess where your work life is at?
Many organizations ignore the developmental needs of those in mid-life, continuing to focus on productivity, pay and efficiency. In mid-life, those things take second fiddle to meaning and fulfillment, something you'll never find at the top of the list for these organizations. You are ready to live not retire or die in mid-life. Contrary to popular belief, you are ready and willing to learn more, experience more and do more of what's important to you.