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There’s no doubt in most people’s minds that what happened the afternoon of Jan. 6, 2021, at the U.S. Capitol is a clear example of what is wrong with leadership in this country. The fact that the President of the United States is the one who directed the unrest clearly supports the points Minnesota businessman Steve Lundquist makes in his new book, “True Leadership - Where Is It? Big Politics & Big Business.”
Steve shared his ideas for improving leadership in this country with Jay Caldwell of WJON-AM Radio in St. Could, Minnesota the morning of Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2021. The interview lasted close to 15 minutes.
Residents and staff at The Waters on Mayowood in Rochester, Minnesota, as well as two The Waters communities in the Twin Cities Metro, received their first of two COVID-19 vaccines on Jan. 12. RMA Publicity secured coverage by all of the major media outlets in Rochester: KTTC-TV, KAAL-TV, and KIMT-TV as well as the Rochester Post Bulletin
Residents expressed their excitement that finally… there is light at the end of the tunnel. They will receive their second dose of the Moderna vaccination in 28 days.
A new children's picture book that is perfect for the times we are in officially released on Jan. 12. Charles's Bridge by Detroit author Sandra Novacek is based on her husband's personal story. In 1938, when armed soldiers arrived in Czechoslovakia just before the start of World War II., young Charles and his family were forced to flee. He wasn't able to bring along his art supplies.
When Charles artrived at his new home, he was sad and homesick, until inspiration struck and he figured out a way to paint again. A story about the book has just been published on The Children's War Blog.
Nearly one in five U.S. adults lives with a mental illness, and for that segment of the population making it through the holiday season can be tough. High expectations, loneliness and stress can lead to the “Holiday Blues.” In most cases symptoms are temporary, but they can be serious if they last for more than two weeks, leading to clinical anxiety and/or depression.
Bruce Ario, author of Changing Ways, shared his wealth of knowledge about not only surviving but thriving with a mental illness on KFAI Radio's Disability and Progress. The show aired on Dec. 30.
Changing Ways is the story of a New York Judge who heads up the newly founded Manhattan Mental Health Court. Not only is he charged with helping people who don't necessarily understand why they have gotten into trouble, he has to help his daughter who lives with mental illness navigate life.