Italian sauce, Harlem’s famous Rao’s (“New York’s most exclusive restaurant”), the Yankees and Joe DiMaggio, and Marilyn Monroe — those are just some of the stories from the first chapter in the upcoming memoir, Harlem to Hollywood, My Real-to-Reel Life by Det. Sonny Grosso:
When my daughter joined her senior school, I was totally bemused. Brought up in the school system of the ‘70's which had infant 1 and 2, Junior 1, 2, 3 and 4, followed by senior 1 to 5 with lower and upper 6th, I had just adapted to the Year 1 – 11 format, but was now faced with words like syntax, poetry and rudiments.
The other day I had coffee with a lady who once made the near mistake of applying to work with me. Fortunately for her, there were no openings at the time. Instead, I tried to give some career advice which may or may not have contributed to her current success.
UFO Sightings. Increasingly. Everywhere.
Going through several pieces of training, struggling through challenges, advancing your education, and putting your efforts - you’re a leader now. But does this simply mean you’ll be now just delegating and presiding over meetings?
You are slowly walking away from enough finances, a boss that ignores you or a team that doesn't love you anymore, and you’re losing any opportunity to rise. This unfulfilling working condition might be slowly killing you!
There was a recent article about a veterinary school in Canada that wanted to charge higher tuition to those prospective students who were initially rejected and then accepted. The “newly accepted” students would be charged five times (no typo) the standard tuition free. It was anticipated that there would be five such “accepted” rejects.