Deep thanks to the Cleveland VA hospital who invited me to present today at a lunch and learn on how to use poems, mindfulness and journaling to do the sacred work of grief. We practiced inviting clients and patients into … Continue reading
Link: Giving Children Vacations Instead of Toys Can Lead to Advanced Brain Development, Experts Suggest – And I might suggest that a mini vacation to the science center, museum, or a play is also a vacation. End the event with … Continue reading
Link: Why Icelandic Dads Take Parental Leave and Japanese Dads Don’t – Parental leave, roles, work life balance are sometimes a hot topic in my workshops on generations in the workplace…what are your thoughts?
Link: Goldman Sachs Unveils $750 Billion Climate Plan For Investing in Solutions, and Vows Never to Support Arctic Drilling – Here’s a Monday morning jolt of good news!
Link: Don’t assume people know what you’re thinking – Good advice, and especially important as part of your difficult or crucial conversations skill set.
Link: New Neuroscience Reveals 5 Secrets That Will Make You Emotionally Intelligent – Barking Up The Wrong Tree – Let’s make this our year to expand our emotional intelligence just 5 %. Baby steps are good. Here are some tips … Continue reading
Link: Better Control of Emotions Will Help You Make Better Habits – Just got this book by Fogg on tiny changes, brains, and what really works when building new habits. Evidence based, and recommended!
Link: Laura – A good thought to bring to good work.
Link: Why Doing Nothing is Actually One of the Best Things You Can Do – “As he points out, many people at the end of their lives don’t regret not working more or not developing themselves and their talents, but … Continue reading
Link: A college counselor told Michelle Obama she wasn’t ‘Princeton material’ — but she applied to the Ivy League school anyway and got in – A powerful reminder that setting stretch goals for ourselves is a powerful way to become … Continue reading