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Monthly Archives: September 2020
(Issue #540) My Community Has A Sense of…My Community Struggles With….
Growth (professional and personal) benefits the community and the people it serves. Just as importantly, the growth can stimulate and sustain personal resilience. The concept of resilience—the ability to connect adaptability, recovery, discovery, and growth—has been getting a lot of … Continue reading
Posted in Life lessons Tagged community, leadership, resilience 1 Comment
(Issue #539) They Share. We Share.
Online resources have the capability to be symbiotic. In preparation for a webinar I will facilitate next month, I did an Internet search for “online resources for college students.” Google came back with nearly three billion. Billion. That’ll take a … Continue reading
Posted in Life lessons Tagged action, awareness, collaboration, community, passion, purpose, relationships, resilience 2 Comments
(Issue #538) The Package And The Person
Maybe if we focus on the person, we may come to see the packaging in a different light. “They’re nice but, you know, they belong to that political party.” “She’s a retired teacher. So cheerful. Just don’t understand how she … Continue reading
Posted in Life lessons Tagged assumptions, awareness, community, courage, critical thinking, mindfulness 4 Comments
(Issue #537) Critical Thinking Revisited
Critical thinking is not only looking for information that supports what we want to hear, see, or believe. It helps us see the fallacies in our assumptions. A few of the student success textbooks I wrote for Pearson Education focused … Continue reading
Posted in Life lessons Tagged assumptions, awareness, critical thinking, mindfulness 2 Comments