Compassion is Tough

I have read Brené Brown’s book, The Gifts of Imperfection, at least twice now and never highlighted the section at the top of page 17 until my friend recently shared it with me. “We live in a blame culture – we want to know whose fault it is and how they’re going to pay. . […]

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Look at the Individual

My day job sent around an interesting TED Talk on our current multigenerational workforce. This is the first time in history five generations – Greatest Generation, Baby Boomers, Gen X, Millenials, Generation Z – are working together. What do you think the talk centered around? How the older generations work harder? How the middle child […]

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Connection is Critical

This past year has been a challenge to many. When our contact became limited, we found out how much we took being with others for granted, and how much we need it. Isolation increased how sad, depressed, and anxious we were already feeling before the pandemic. Recently, I relistened to Johann Hari’s TED talk on […]

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Preparing to Be Unprepared

I stole the title from Jeff Haden’s article because it is brilliant. I don’t seek out articles written about William Shatner but this one came across my LinkedIn feed and then on Facebook through people I trust and revere, so I thought I would check it out. I am glad I did. Over the years, […]

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