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Marc Joseph Professional Author

Gramps Jeffrey’s children’s book, I Don’t Want to Turn 3, explores what goes through a toddler’s mind that parents are so desperate to understand. It is based on the true experiences he has had with his 6 grandchildren that were born 2 each to his 3 Millennial daughters.

Gramps Jeffrey is the pen name for Marc Joseph whose first book The Secrets of Retailing…How to Beat Wal-Mart was written to help entrepreneurs and small businesses compete against the big guys. Arianna Huffington read his book and asked him to contribute to the Huffington Post. He has written over 100 articles about small businesses, education, the homeless and several other nonprofit topics dear to all of us.

Gramps and his lovely wife Cathy live in Scottsdale, Arizona where 2 of his grandchildren live. 2 more live in Austin, Texas and 2 in Orlando, Florida.

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Back to School in the 21st Century: How Children’s Books Tackle Modern Education Challenges

The educational landscape is continually evolving, and as our children step into the classroom, they face a world vastly different from the one we grew up in. From technological advancements to changi…

The educational land…

The educational landscape is continually evolving, and as our children step into the classroom, they face a world vastly different from the one we grew up in. From technological advancements to changing teaching methodologies, the 21st-century classroom is a dynamic space. Let’s explore how children’s books are rising to the challenge, becoming valuable allies in navigating the complexities of modern education. The Shifting Classroom Dynamics: Gone are the days of traditional teaching methods dominating the classroom. With the advent of technology, students are now engaging with educ…

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Do We Really Need To Leave A Legacy? &Amp;Raquo; Marc Joseph
Do We Really Need to Leave a Legacy?

In a world filled with fleeting moments and transient experiences, the concept of legacy stands as a testament to the enduring impact individuals can have on society. But do we really need to leave a …

In a world filled wi…

In a world filled with fleeting moments and transient experiences, the concept of legacy stands as a testament to the enduring impact individuals can have on society. But do we really need to leave a legacy? According to the Population Reference Bureau, 117 billion members of our species have been born on Earth since the beginning of time. How many of these do you actually remember? Understanding Legacy Legacy, in its simplest form, refers to the mark individuals leave on the world long after they’re gone. It transcends mere material possessions, encompassing the intangible aspects of one’…

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Navigating the Screen Time Saga: A Parent’s Guideto Setting Boundaries with Ease

Hey there, fellow parents! In the age of technology, striking a balance between screen time and real-life experiences can feel like navigating a labyrinth. But fear not, because we’ve got your back.…

Hey there, fellow pa…

Hey there, fellow parents! In the age of technology, striking a balance between screen time and real-life experiences can feel like navigating a labyrinth. But fear not, because we’ve got your back. In this guide, we’ll explore the art of setting screen time boundaries for your little ones without turning your home into a battleground. Understanding the Screen Time Dilemma Before we dive into the strategies, let’s take a moment to understand why screen time can be a double-edged sword. While technology offers incredible learning opportunities, excessive use can lead to sleep distur…

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Why Encourage Multigenerational Reading

In a world filled with digital distractions, fostering a culture of multigenerational reading has never been more crucial. The term refers to the practice of individuals from different generations com…

In a world filled wi…

In a world filled with digital distractions, fostering a culture of multigenerational reading has never been more crucial. The term refers to the practice of individuals from different generations coming together to share the joy of reading. It goes beyond the conventional solitary reading experience, aiming to strengthen family bonds and create a shared love for literature. Let’s delve into the myriad reasons why encouraging multigenerational reading is a valuable and enriching endeavor. Benefits of Multigenerational Reading A. Strengthening Family Bonds Reading together creates sh…

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Why Is Growing Older So Lonely? &Amp;Raquo; Marc Joseph
Why is Growing Older So Lonely?

Growing older is a natural part of life’s journey, yet for many, it comes with a sense of loneliness. When we were kids, teenagers, and young adults, we often determined our self-worth by the number…

Growing older is a n…

Growing older is a natural part of life’s journey, yet for many, it comes with a sense of loneliness. When we were kids, teenagers, and young adults, we often determined our self-worth by the number of friends we had in our circle. As we begin to get older, we may prefer having fewer, but closer friends with more meaningful connections sharing the same hobbies, philosophies, and likes. What do we expect from our relationships as we grow into our Baby Boomer years and beyond? According to the Perspectives on Psychological Science, older adults’ relationship expectations include: Having opp…

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