The Color of Advice
An 18th century British statesman, Lord Chesterfield, well-known for his wise quips said, “When a man wants your advice, he generally wants your praise”. Obviously remaining consistent with the proper grammar of the time, Chesterfield was referring to both men and women. Let’s be completely honest with ourselves for... Read more
Patience, So Elusive
One of the biggest things that I seem to struggle with from one week to the next is patience. Unfortunately, those who are closest to me can see it, have felt & heard it more than anyone else. I’ve had a front row seat to life’s lesson that acting or... Read more
Words To Live By

Words To Live By

Inspiration January 29, 2011 7

Over the years, I’ve collected a large number of quotations from prominent figures – out of history and in our current society. Quotes can often help to serve as a rock – or an anchor for us, to keep us grounded & focused on a constructive perspective. Here are... Read more
We’re Never Done Understanding

For years, I’ve worked on learning how to better communicate with and understand people. Even after we get to know someone and tend to think we understand them – we aren’t finished understanding them.

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Recipe for True Understanding

What does it mean to truly understand another person? Is it a matter of hearing their words and nodding in agreement, anxious and fully ready to convince them of our own point of view?

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