Do you find it challenging to have conversations with others? When I say challenging, do they start friendly, and before you know it escalates into an argument, disagreement, or worse? I can expect it maybe at holidays when all of the family crowds into small places and everyone is stressed, but not on a day-to-dayContinue reading “Reasonable Conversations”
Writing each day is a blessing for me. I enjoy each day in finding ways to spark a fire of excitement, light a lesson of inspiration, shine enthusiasm on kindness, plant a seed of hope, and turn a problem into a solution one post at a time. Leadership is daily, 365 days a year, andContinue reading “ABC’s to Leadership”
“Life is not always what one wants it to be. A turn right instead of the left can make a difference on the path you choose. It is when you decide to make the best of it, as it is, even when the choices are not what you want to hear. Instead, you take eachContinue reading “Acceptance”
As a young child, I spent hours writing. I would write poems, wrote a daily journal, loved to write Bible verses, and would write songs for the church. My minister Rev. Leon Korb would sometimes share my songs or poems at church. He was always making me feel special. He was a special person inContinue reading “The story inside you”
One of my blogs this week was on advice. I posed the question on Twitter about the best advice you have given and the best advice you have received. As I posed the questions, I took the time to reflect on all of the advice I have received and the times I have advised others.Continue reading “Advice vs. Advising”
We have two ears and one mouth. Which do you use more? Are you listening to others? When have you used your senses to find solutions?