Labor Day was first organized in 1882 by labor unions as a celebration of the contributions of working class Americans. Although not a big union supporter, Grover Cleveland formalized it as a National Holiday in 1894. There is some good background here for those who want to know more Why Do We Celebrate Labor Day? Labor Day has always seemed to me to be one of those unsung holidays where the meaning gets a bit
I run, I do yoga, I reflect, I write and sometimes I get angry. As leaders, how we manage our anger and other emotions is vital. Everyone is watching, and if we don’t handle our anger well we can make a tough situation even more difficult.
“Anyone can be angry, that is easy. But to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose