https://youtu.be/f35JJSeHXu0?si=nWLiUb__ZwlpL4Id Watch and Subscribe for More ! Hey there, amazing viewers! 🌟 In today’s video, we’re diving into the wisdom of Brené Brown’s “Atlas of the Heart” to uncover a powerful lesson on leadership and personal growth. 💪 Brené reminds us of the importance of supporting and lifting each other up, rather than delighting in... Continue Reading →
Food 4 Thought: I am excited to bring you some Food 4 Thought with the intent of sparking new ways to look at and approach your day, tackle the changes we are faced with in life and maximize the opportunities you have to connect and grow with one another. Today, I am inspired by another... Continue Reading →
Some months ago I wrote a story about my grandfather and how he taught me how to be full of CHIT: Curious | Humble | Intentional | Teachable. Today, I want to talk about this World War II veteran and how he has lived a life as a gritty hero, not just of World War... Continue Reading →
Today, I feel compelled to write about what we DON'T GET TO do. We don't get to be more than we were created to be. ..Read more at four4soaring.com
Change your lens on life and change your life (and maybe others?) for the better. Read more at http://four4soaring.com .
One of the most powerful ideas I have heard recently is that when you share a concept, in reality, you as the presenter are not the hero, your audience is the hero. Nancy Duarte shares this concept with us in her TED Talk as she reveals her passions for presentation. This is how she describes... Continue Reading →
My friends, what I have now realized is that those sunk costs had me sunk. I was drowning in them. I was mired in a morass of my own self-absorption, intent on getting and keeping...
What's the alternative to telling someone to shake it off? When you see someone who consistently falls down, do you lecture them, run the other way, or do you lean in with grace and compassion?
I had the right people around me at the right times to avoid the "summer melt." Summer melt is a term that refers to a phenomenon where every year, many students who have overcome daunting obstacles in high school receive good news — they've been accepted to college, and often they have been awarded enough money to attend, but they don't show up to start classes.