The Elements

November 29, 2016

Top 4 Compassionate Holiday Gift Ideas for Seniors

Categories: Elder Abuse, Health & Wellness

Top 4 Compassionate Holiday Gift Ideas for Seniors

The holidays are a time when we connect and make memories with the ones who mean the most to us. But it seems that the longer we live the more complicated life can become for us. Remembering lost loved ones and happy times gone can be heart-warming but can cause seniors to feel sad. Factors […]

September 6, 2016

Programming the Subconscious Mind to Achieve Positive Results

Categories: Culture, Health & Wellness, Human Element

Programming the Subconscious Mind to Achieve Positive Results

The quote, “I think, therefore I am” prompted me to think further about our ability to actually program our subconscious to redirect our destiny. We can actually program the subconscious mind to tell ourselves we “are.” When we consciously tell the subconscious mind that we feel a certain way, we program our subconscious mind to […]

April 19, 2016

3 Tips on Crafting a Plan for Aging Clients

Categories: Elder Abuse, Health & Wellness

3 Tips on Crafting a Plan for Aging Clients

The U.S. Census Bureau predicts that by 2030 there will be approximately 71.5 million Americans over the age of 65. That number is more than twice what it was in 2000, and represents nearly 20% of the entire projected 2030 population. Today in the US, one-third of all households are home to one or more persons […]

April 5, 2016

Breathing Room: 10 Steps to Make YOU Your Top Priority

Categories: Health & Wellness, Human Element

Breathing Room: 10 Steps to Make YOU Your Top Priority

Life is chaotic, fast-paced, and overwhelming. You feel exhausted, busy yet not productive, and it’s causing you to disengage. Does any of this describe you or your team?  If so, keep reading!  Today’s culture of work is no easy feat. With all the responsibilities, decisions to be made, people asking for direction and guidance, and […]

March 22, 2016

Ending Elder Abuse: 12 Ways to Preserve Legacy for Life and Beyond 



Categories: Elder Abuse, Health & Wellness

Ending Elder Abuse: 12 Ways to Preserve Legacy for Life and Beyond 



As a society when we hear the term “elder abuse” we often think of physical abuse or neglect, which is a medical way of thinking. As a financial professional you may think of “elder abuse” as financial abuse or wrongdoing. Put yourself in your client’s place. Here are 3 crucial questions they need to ask you […]

July 28, 2015

Enough About Passion: Let’s Talk About Purpose!

Categories: Blog, Health & Wellness, Human Element, Leadership, Team Development

professional development, team development, human capital, leadership

By Ironstone contributor, Dr. Heidi Maston Lately, every job post I read on LinkedIn, every college tip advice article I see, and every pop culture reference to the Millennials in the workplace seem to espouse the strength of finding passion. Passion, it appears, seems to be the hottest and coolest buzzword of 2015. Apparently all […]

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