It feels so good to help people. There’s something incredibly satisfying about standing up for someone, encouraging them and supporting them in getting their needs met. It’s powerful to […]
I’m going to be honest here: I’m not a big fan of the word ‘goals.’ I’m someone who likes to stay fluid and open and there’s something about the
The Burden of Stigma and the Reward of Authenticity, By Christina Carney Mental Health Awareness, by Crystal Osborne Our topic this month for Community Connections was conflict resolution. It’s
Renewal is not about creating something from scratch but rather re-creating what is already there. It’s in the process of renewal that we go deep.
Let’s dispose of the idea that leadership has anything to do with position. I don’t believe that true leadership is something you find in a job description or comes with
When I googled “leadership as a verb”, countless articles and blogs popped up. I’ve pulled a couple of quotes from my favorite, an article from Medium.com, called “Leadership as
“In Buddhist teachings, compassion is described as a “quivering of the heart” in response to suffering. Compassion awakens as we allow ourselves to be touched by our shared vulnerability
It’s been nearly two months since all of us were thrown into a new way of life, courtesy of Covid-19. And while the climbing numbers of Covid fatalities and