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Tag Archives: connections
(Issue #551) Music To The Rescue
“Life seems to go on without effort when I am filled with music.” ~George Eliot~ How about a break from the written word? For today’s post you will find a few videos I shot over the years. Each one brings … Continue reading
Posted in Life lessons Tagged connections, music, resilience, soul 2 Comments
(#384) Without Relationships What Do You Have?
These bureaucrats failed to establish a basic, meaningful, and respectful relationship with us. My latest appearance on The Morning Show (TV 4) in Jacksonville, FL explored a strategy to examine life goals: The Second R.E.A.D. The video of the week clip below … Continue reading
Posted in assumptions, awareness, collegiality, Communication, Life lessons, Relationship, relevance, resilience, respect Tagged communication, connections, relationships, resilience, respect 3 Comments
(#382) We All Live Downstream
Does your community resemble a collection of isolated islands? Maybe you can be the bridge builder for a movement to unite. Hurricane Irma reminded us again of the power of community. Times of emergency bring people together. Whether by reaching … Continue reading
Posted in collaboration, Communication, Community, community development, resilience Tagged community, community development, connections, neighborhood, resilience 1 Comment
(#318) Bigger, Shinier, Newer Not Necessarily Better
Maybe I can help start a small movement for change in the big box. Until March of this year, I belonged to a small, unobtrusive, not fancy, neighborhood beach gym. For eighteen years. Like Cheers, everyone knew your name. A … Continue reading
Posted in authenticity, awareness, branding, bureaucracy, Civility, collaboration, engagement, fitness, Friendship, growth, institutional climate, institutional culture, Life lessons, Mindfulness, mindset, resilience, teamwork Tagged advancement, authenticity, branding, connections, mediocrity, relationships, resilience, soul 2 Comments
(#314) P2P: Building A Story
Every encounter is a story waiting to happen; a story waiting to be written. This blog has often covered the importance of relationship building. It remains a key feature of my 7Rs model for for student, workplace, and life success. … Continue reading
(#160) 7 Steps to Help You Unplug and Reflect
Personal reflection is an underlying principle of student success— and it is often a neglected principle in everyday life. We need to (must) take time to give considered thought to the steady flow of information we are exposed to in … Continue reading
Posted in Appropriate Behavior, Balance, Civility Tagged balance, cell phone etiquette, civility, connections, distractions, smartphones, technology, well-being Leave a comment