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(Issue #637) Tying Your Shoes and Wisdom
We can all benefit when we acknowledge and embrace that the light of wisdom shines from generation to generation. ~~~~ What does wisdom mean? The answer to that question differs from person to person, group to group, and day to … Continue reading
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(Issue #635) The Ugliest House in America?
We stumble from room to room looking for bright spots. Making do. Or perhaps we recognize we need to change. ~~~~ This piece came to me from two disparate sources. One from a Henry David Thoreau quote. The other by … Continue reading
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(Issue #629) Flibbertigibbet Is My Name. Jabberwocky Is My Game.
May each of us help turn collective monologues into authentic dialoguesin which all in the room have a chance to be heard, understood, and questioned. ~~~~ “Hey, Sam. How are you doing?” “I’ve been better, Jim. Just found out I … Continue reading
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(Issue #621) The Most Boring People in the World?
Has hoping for an authentic question that leads to an authentic conversation that leads to understanding that leads to caring and connection become “old school“? ~~~~~ Ever wonder if it’s you or them? Or both? For instance, you’re at a … Continue reading
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(Issue #620) Volunteer and Grow
You give of yourself because the giving makes the act about the other person,not about you. ~~~~~ One of the organizations for whom Roxie and I volunteer asked me to participate in a video interview about volunteering. Why volunteer for … Continue reading
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(Issue #618) Getting There, Not Being There
On the way to being there what do we miss along the path of getting there. ~~~~~ In his book No Time Like the Future: An Optimist Considers Mortality, Michael J. Fox helps us understand his journey with Parkinson’s Disease … Continue reading
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(Issue #616) Create a Call-In Culture
On the way to clarity, we establish connections, and we enhance chances to establisha “Call-In Culture.”~~~~~ A previous post on this blog stated, While simple dichotomies may be deceptively simplistic, they can provide a starting point for conversation and movement. Each day … Continue reading
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(Issue #612) Five Stand-Out Team Member Behaviors
Look at each of the five behaviors and notice a connecting thread: An on-going sense of curiosity . ~~~~~ An article in Fast Company. “Employee Engagement is Out. Here’s a Better Metric”,(February 8, 2022) describes “five key behaviors that employees … Continue reading
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(Issue #610) Taking Ownership of Your Self-Care
“Taking care of yourself” does not have to equate witha “lack of character, responsibility, and commitment.” ~~~~~ A quote I posted this week on my Facebook page (with one of my morning sunrise beach photos) conjured up two memories: one from the … Continue reading
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