If I want to feeltrue EMPATHY for others, I need to work on true COMPASSION for myself. …Less “no Pain, No Gain”…More “Relish the Effort.” ~Coach Jane
We are all connected; To each other, biologically. To the earth, chemically. To the rest of the universe, atomically. Neil DeGrasse Tyson
“Sometimes our talent is plain old everyday people skills that have been lost in our fast-paced society – listening, compassion, a sense of humor, and a positive outlook.” ~Lisa Nichols, author and CEO ‘Moving the Masses’
I was always drawn to drawing and painting but was never good at it. Or at least that is what I told myself for years.
After Joe Biden’s Presidential win, a pair of billboards in Dover Delaware proclaimed, ”The People have chosen Empathy.” In every election I remember since 1992 when Bill Clinton became President, as a people we have looked for leaders who seek
I just came back from a 3-day getaway to do some hiking in Hocking Hills in southern Ohio. I figured that was socially distanced enough to be safe now that I’ve had the vaccine. I walked through the woods, keeping
There really is a light at the end of this long dark tunnel we have been in since last March (2020). Covid-19 vaccines are rolling out (my 2nd shot scheduled for the end of the month! yeah!) and soon we
I once worked with a leader who had gotten feedback that her team felt she didn’t have trust in them; she tended to steamroll her own solutions without listening to their inputs. While the solutions she came up with generally
You spend a lot of effort eliminating distractions and staying laser-focused on your target. But then there are those times, you get that niggling feeling it is time to move off the trajectory you’re on. It has gotten comfortable, yes.
Little did I know that when I started my gratitude experiment last January, that it is the thing that would save me this year. I started a daily gratitude practice to lift my spirits after my mother passed. I had