“Let my name stand among those who are willing to bear ridicule and reproach for the truth’s sake, and so earn some right to rejoice when the victory is won.” (Louisa May Alcott) Who do you know who needs to decide who they are and what they stand for?
“The people we are in relationship with are always a mirror, reflecting our own beliefs, and simultaneously we are mirrors, reflecting their beliefs. So relationship is one of the most powerful tools for growth … if we look honestly at our relationships we can see so much about how we have created them.” Shakti Gawain
These are strange and gorgeous times. Tons of challenges. Dazzling possibilities. Robin Sharma
“Sometimes, even if there was no useful advice to give, I saw that listening still helped.” Sonia Sotomayor (My Beloved World)
Over the last year or so I’ve worked hard on trying to create more appealing slide decks for the rare occasion I feel it’s necessary to use them. And now, I’m transferring that effort to my browser bookmark bar which today I’m proud to say contains a collection of logos, rather than website names. A… Read More See it, say it . . .
“My common sense is tingling.” Deadpool. What a great thought for a Monday morning.
So please, be tolerant of those who describe a sporting moment as their best ever. We do not lack imagination, nor have we had sad and barren lives; it is just that real life is paler, duller, and contains less potential for unexpected delirium. Nick Hornby, Fever Pitch
Professor Jerry B Harvey’s The Abilene Paradox aims to demonstrate, perhaps unexpectedly, our inability to manage agreement, not conflict. The paradox is explained through the story of a family road trip: On a hot afternoon visiting in Coleman, Texas, the family is comfortably playing dominoes on a porch, until the father-in-law suggests that they take… Read More So tell me what you want . . .