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Open to new ideas?

Have you ever been to the moon? Me neither! But, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, David Scott, Charles Duke and Harrison Schmitt have. Why? They were open to new ideas. Sameness could be the death of all of us! None of us are living in the movie, Groundhog Day. So, don’t act like you are! Some …

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Pour Into Others

I recently read that you can find delight and affirmation in the action of pouring into others. Everything we do requires action. Everyone we know needs affirmation.  The question was asked, “How do I know when someone needs encouragement?” “If they are breathing!” was the brilliant answer of a man who kept himself full so …

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Are you doing a good job being your authentic self? “What does that even mean?” I’m glad you asked. Authenticity is simply being genuine or, being the real deal. The example we want to set for others is to like being who they are and who they are becoming. So, it’s important that we set …

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Before you judge someone, you should walk a mile in their shoes I feel your pain… I can only imagine what that feels like… We’ve heard these statements before. They reflect the posture of empathy. Empathy helps us when we are dealing with a difficult person, parent, friend, co-worker, or even a stranger. It is …

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