Thinking of a poet's dedication to their practice reminds me of what it takes to form a habit and change neurological pathways.
I could not stop thinking about Charlotte's comment: “I am okay now with courage being my thing”. It was flat-out inspiring to me.
As we embark on a unique fall semester, I have spent time questioning the assumptions I hold about others’ behaviors and tendencies.
Managing your relationship with your boss takes time and energy. Doing it well can simplify your job by eliminating frustrations and future problems.
With the continual breadth and depth of priorities, how do we actually go about determining what matters most?
I hear negative associations with harmony. This has caused me discord. But recently I read an article that caused a spark, and I had to learn more.
Given the work MOR does, my reflection often explores the connections between relationships and results. Two household names highlight this connection for me in Paul Revere and Rosa Parks.
Every time I hear the words “be nice,” I think of my mother. She would frequently use these words to remind me that I should be “nice” to my younger brother, to guests, to other kids, to any pets we had, etc. In doing so, she was saying that she expected me to be polite, to treat them well, to demonstrate that I care for them, etc.
The only way we are going to get comfortable at asking is to get really good at asking. Be very specific about the help you want and why.
Four behaviors to be more effective at this time: staying connected, being flexible, reducing our propensity to procrastinate, and simplifying work.