We humans are busy creating every moment of every day from the moment we are born until the day we die. What are you creating? This post (click title) asks you to check your perception, clarify your intention, and manage your creation.
Few are aware that Charles Darwin, who fathered the idea of "survival of the fittest", also suggested that cooperation is essential for long-term survival and evolution. Click the title to learn more.
Words matter. They are the bricks with which we build. They set the intention of what is to come. Click the title to read more about this experiment that may show more than we expect about the impact of our words.
No one does a more powerful job than the job we do when we endeavor to teach another.
Green rooms are where performers wait before going onstage. When giving a speech, we often inhabit an 'emotional green room' where we wait in a nervous suspended animation until our name is called to begin our presentation. There's another kind of green room that refreshes and soothes. Here, I invite you to relax: Close your …
We have capacity in many skills. Narrow our definition of 'what we / they are good at' and we miss the opportunities that our human complexity provides. Click title for full post.
I was asked to introduce a few time-saving, stress-relieving tech solutions to a group of hard-working school administrators. We started low-tech and went high with tips to soothe our souls, organize our minds, and feed our (and our families') bodies. Click the title for post.
The peace of a city lies in the joy of its citizens.
So, you've got another meeting to plan. It's that weekly meeting. Same people. Pretty much the same topic. Click here for something to up the engagement!
I-statements help keep the temperature down during high-stress conversations. But, one student asks, "Isn't all this I-I-I talk selfish?". Click title for post.