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Category Archives: listening
(Issue #602) What is Your Story?
Establish who you are as a person; boundaries and all. ~~~~~ Speakers often rely on stories to drive a point home; to resonate and connect with the audience in front of them. Watch a presidential state of the union address … Continue reading
Posted in collective monolgues, listening, resilience, your story Tagged forgiveness 1 Comment
(Issue #599) A Reminder About Our Non-Negotiables
Do not allow your non-negotiables to become negotiable. ~~~~~ I’ve written and spoken about the importance of recognizing and prioritizing the non-negotiables in our lives. Things like health, family, social connections, purpose, spirituality, boundaries, and limits. At times, though, we … Continue reading
Posted in leadership, listening Tagged awareness, collaboration, community, motivation, resilience 1 Comment
(Issue #591) Offering a Question or a Judgment?
We do not start the dialogue discounting the other person…. I’ve written before about the importance of authentic questions and the power of epistemic curiosity. They inextricably connect to one another and lead to sustained cognitive effort to learn and … Continue reading
Posted in authenticity, Communication, listening Tagged collaboration, community, resilience 1 Comment
(Issue #509) Listen To Your Heart: Physically and Emotionally
When what we do does not match who we are, we suffer. Pay attention to that which brings and sustains your life. The Physical. President Lyndon B. Johnson proclaimed February 1964 as the first American Heart Month. In part, his … Continue reading
Posted in awareness, common sense, Goals, Gratitude, habits, listening, resilience Tagged dreams, goals, listen to your heart, mindfulness, resilience 2 Comments
(Issue #501) A Blogger’s Retrospective for 2019
May you create, share, and savor powerful moments in the coming year and beyond. -Happy New Year. Scroll down to view my Gratitude Video to you.- While sitting in an Austin hotel room at the end of May 2010, I … Continue reading
Posted in Appreciation, awareness, Goals, Gratitude, inspiration, Integrity, intentional growht, intentionality, leadership, lessons reaffirmed, Life lessons, life success, Life's purpose, lifelong learning, listening, resilience Tagged appreciation, awareness, goals, mindfulness, resilience, Year in review 2 Comments
(Issue #464) Food. Family. Farewell.
But we get distracted and believe we can wait to make the connection, lend the hand, or offer a shoulder. There will always be tomorrow . So, we postpone. Last week I learned of the death of a friend’s mother. … Continue reading
Posted in awareness, curiosity, Goals, Gratitude, intentionality, Life lessons, listening, Living a remarkable life, Mindfulness, resilience Tagged accountability, awareness, love, present minded, relationships, resilience 3 Comments
(#431) Pay Attention to the 360° View
If we gaze in one direction, toward the subject and the toward the subject only, we miss the full spectrum. On every sunrise beach walk, Roxie and I see people capturing the splendor of the dawn. Generally, with their phones … Continue reading
Posted in Appreciation, assumptions, awareness, Choice, community development, confirmation bias, Discipline, growth, habits, inspiration, intentionality, Life lessons, listening, Mindfulness, Personal growth, Personal Wellbeing Tagged assumptions, awareness, growth, perspective, resilience 2 Comments