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- (#194) Honor the Past. Celebrate the Present. Embrace the Future.
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- (#348) Repair The Bucket. Fill The Bucket.
- (#374) Can A Community Be Inclusive And Like-Minded?
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Tag Archives: self-awareness
(Issue #562) Sacrificing Self For Space?
Do we have encouragement to be bigger, bolder, brighter, and better? Perhaps you have heard reports (like this one) of one COVID consequence: People looking for bigger homes. They no longer feel they can fit into their space. So they … Continue reading
Posted in Life lessons Tagged finding your self, growth, passion, resilience, self-awareness, self-love 2 Comments
(Issue #494) Communication: So Easy, Yet So Hard
You have a story. It belongs to you. It is powerful. How are you helping people understand it? Listening is a difficult skill to master. A lot of people shouting, “look at me” and “listen to my story!” Unfortunately, they … Continue reading
Posted in awareness, branding, change management, Choice, collaboration, emotional intelligence, empathy, generativity, Integrity, Life lessons Tagged action, assumptions, collaboration, communication, marketing, self, self-awareness 1 Comment
(#Issue 469) Taking a Stand
It, however, did lead to a deeper conversation with myself. And, even if on a minute level, a deeper appreciation for people who stand up for what they believe. Slacktivism references a “low-cost substitute for substantive actions.” Hitting a “like” … Continue reading
Posted in assumptions, awareness, courage, Life lessons Tagged civil rights, commitment, courage, growth, self-awareness 1 Comment
(#419) What If It Were All Gone?
We allow ourselves to get overwhelmed by the “stuff” of life. We end up taking a lot for granted. We may even have GDD. Gratitude Deficit Disorder. This past week I’ve been devouring gratitude. Actually, devouring three works by … Continue reading
Posted in Appreciation, awareness, Choice, Gratitude, growth, Life lessons, love, resilience Tagged appreciation, awareness, gratitude, love, resilience, self-awareness 1 Comment
(#348) Repair The Bucket. Fill The Bucket.
Who can help you? Who can you help? Do you sometimes just get tired? Feel like you are getting nowhere fast? Might even believe you are moving backwards? A friend reminded me of a powerful visual. This woman is the … Continue reading
Posted in awareness, Balance, courage, Critical Thinking, empathy, fitness, focus, fortitude, Grit, resilience Tagged caregivers, empathy, relationships, resilience, self-awareness, self-care Leave a comment
(#311) Grade Inflation: Have We Arrived In Lake Wobegon?
Grade inflation/distortion has consequences for self-efficacy, self-awareness, and self-competence. For most colleges and universities around the nation, graduation time has arrived. Professors have evaluated the final exams, grades have been submitted, and students anxiously await their grades. Or, more to … Continue reading
Posted in accountability, adjunct faculty, Appropriate Behavior, assumptions, awareness, college retention, confidence, courage, Dreams, Education, education reform, emotional intelligence, Grit, Integrity, Life lessons, Personal growth Tagged adjunct faculty, college faculty, grade distortion, grade inflation, higher education, integrity, responsibility, self-awareness, self-competence, self-efficacy, teacher evaluations 3 Comments