This interview was first published by The Bookshelf Café August 2, 2022. Please meet author, Frank Sonnenberg. Would you work for no pay? You might if you were compensated by knowing that you’re making a difference. As Mark Twain said, “The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and… [Read More]
The Path to a Meaningful Life
Everyone is searching for meaning in life, but few people know how to find it. The problem is that most people are seeking validation from others rather than living a life that makes them proud. You may be thinking, “Who cares? I’m too busy.” While that’s understandable, if you wait too long to identify the… [Read More]
Thanks So Much!
I’d like to give a shout-out to all the folks who read, comment, and share my blog posts each day. Thanks so much! FrankSonnenbergOnline has attracted just over 5 million readers and was recently named one of the “Top Self-Improvement and Personal Development Blogs” in the world. In addition, I have been contacted by parents,… [Read More]
In a World of Bad Behavior, a Call for Personal Accountability
To My Readers: I’m honored to republish, with permission, an article by Rodger Dean Duncan that first appeared in Forbes January 26, 2021. In it, he interviewed me about personal accountability. — Frank Sonnenberg In a World of Bad Behavior, A Call for Personal Accountability By Rodger Dean Duncan PhD with Frank Sonnenberg When I was… [Read More]
Do You Have a Strong Work Ethic?
Do you know folks who work long hours, but get little done? They spend more time complaining about their workload than actually doing their job. And when they’re not whining or complaining about their organization, they’re gossiping or criticizing what other people do (ugh). I’m sure you know these folks, and I do too. They… [Read More]
Listen to Your Conscience. That’s Why You Have One
It gives me great pleasure to introduce my new book — Listen to Your Conscience: That’s Why You Have One. It’s the product of a great deal of care and reflection and has been a year and a half in the making. Listen to Your Conscience. That’s Why You Have One. Some people spend their whole life… [Read More]
5 Qualities of Great Leaders
The world is changing at a blistering pace. In years past, the health of a company was measured by the size of its balance sheet. While that still may be true today, great leaders know that an organization’s competitiveness is clearly determined by its ability to harness the power of intangibles –– often referred to… [Read More]