Whether at work, home, in a relationship or with friends, the ability to communicate ideas and feelings effectively is invaluable. And, while we can’t necessarily change our IQs, we do have the capacity to enhance emotional intelligence. The term is a catch-all for self-awareness, emotion management, self motivation, self confidence, understanding for others and relations with others.
Here’s an idea: Spend the day exploring underwater reefs during a scuba diving lesson, then bite down into the “Black & Bleu Mahi Sandwich” while enjoying a view of the Riverwalk Marina. Jupiter’s Dive Bar and Dive Center create this exact experience.
Dinner with a view
Flat-screen TVs border Dive Bar’s walls with calm, aquatic footage. But for a real view of nature, there’s no need to look too far.
You may not be able to control what happens to you, but you can control how you respond to your circumstances. Many people have spoken these words in one form or another, but there’s one particular man who epitomizes the phrase and it only takes one look to see why. Born with no arms or legs, he’s turned a life without limbs into a life without limits, and is living proof that with a little less fear and a little more faith, we can achieve things beyond our wildest dreams. Part clergy, part comedian, Australian-born Nick Vujicic’s motivational speeches are heard nationwide.
To most, a suitcase is a place to store socks and a toothbrush during travel. But to Lee Rosenfeld, it’s a 32-year career. Since Luggage & More opened in July, he’s worked as the regional manager to open eight stores between Miami and Orlando including its Palm Beach store, located on the first floor of The Garden’s Mall.
Upon store entry, shoppers discover a maze of luggage displays. There to provide navigational support is Rosenfeld. He explains that the store is sectionalized by brand, and that each brand meets a different traveler’s agenda.
Making a Name
Just an hour before closing time, 13 boxes of new product shipments that arrived that morning are finally being sorted. Instead of folding and hanging spring polos and pants, Golfino Store Manager Debora Rodi spent the early hours this Thursday at Par 3 Golf Course sponsoring the “Golfino Italian Open,” which was followed by paninis in-store for participants. With only a few months under its belt, the Palm Beach Golfino location continues to make an effort to let the community know it’s arrived. But the well-respected brand won’t have to try too hard, considering its prime location on Worth Avenue and its notable clothing already sought after by the pros.