For the typical servicemember—especially one who is old enough and has served long enough to be contemplating retirement—a question about “life purpose” is probably much too touchy-feely. That’s just not the sort of language that we employ or that falls into our comfort zones. Yet as you face retirement and the start of a new…



According to a Harvard University study, 85% of professional success comes from highly developed interpersonal skills like relationship building. The reason? Human beings crave positive social interactions. When we can achieve this at work, we feel much happier, more content, and become more productive. However, with the Internet now making it possible for people to work…



Career is one of the most important aspects of a person’s life. A major part of our happiness and sense of achievement depend on the success that we gain at our professional front. Right from being a toddler to being aware of what it takes to make a living, almost every individual spends a significant…