This past Monday I asked you to observe what your routine was this week. What are you doing to combat the stress of Covid-19 and the repercussions that have come in its wake? Your routine is as individual as you are. For some, exercise routines and nutrition are the releases that gets
Kicking off today with two quotes: The first, from one of the best books I have read recently, Principles, by Ray Dalio: “I believe we are much better off preparing to deal with a it ( a difficult situation) than wishing it weren’t true” And the second, from the tagl
To start with three quotes. Two are very similar and and the other links in closely: Men cannot really long rest content with mediocrity once they see excellence is within their reach. Remember that once you have experienced excellence, you will never again be content with mediocrity.
Ernest Shackleton and his crew were stranded for 467 days. It was one grueling day after another of finding solutions. The arctic exploration team of 1918 had nothing for which they could legitimately hope. They were stranded, their ship crushed by the ice. Two rescue boats and daily
Just a quick repeat from Monday to keep the story fresh in your mind.. Agnes Caldwell was a young girl when her handcart company was caught in a deadly winter storm crossing America to arrive in the west. The rescue wagons that came from Salt Lake were too late for many, but for those
The backstory: I was speaking with a 20 year old young woman the other day who is currently residing in Spain. A brilliant, creative mind! She is, as many who are foreigners working in another country, trying to master the native tongue. In this case the beautiful language of Spanish.
This is part two of the trauma response leadership writing that we started on Tuesday. As you remember from that writing, we are discussing, from a leadership point of view, how the human biology works and how understanding it can set the foundation for the great strategy and leadersh
This is an in-depth topic today, so I am breaking it into two parts, today and Friday…. I took a class last week on trauma psychology. It is a theme that has kept me interested for decades and this was a great refresher course on how powerful the brain is in protecting us from t
In 1856 a pioneer handcart company was headed west. They had started their journey too late in the season. A deadly decision that would cost the lives of many in that company. They were caught in a terrible early winter, and as a result, relief wagons were sent out from Salt Lake City
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