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Why Is Our Why So Elusive?

Why Is Our Why So Elusive?

Trying to identify our purpose sucks. Photo by MI PHAM on Unsplash What’s your answer when someone asks who you are? If you are like me, you talk about a career or family. I attended an MBA meet and greet. When asked by a director who I am or what my...
We’re All Destined to Grow

We’re All Destined to Grow

No matter what, you are growing… Photo by mina rad on Unsplash Whether we like it or not, every decision is leading us somewhere. I’ve become more aware as I look back over the years. I don’t do the best with my diet. After years of bad eating, I see the...
This One Habit Has The Biggest Impact

This One Habit Has The Biggest Impact

It’s simple but not easy.  Photo by Tamara Bellis on Unsplash I love making massive changes. After reading an inspiring book, I’ll make a ten-step plan and start making progress. I mean massive action. But a couple of days in, I’ll fizzle out. It’s like all...
Teaching With Impact Takes More Than Words

Teaching With Impact Takes More Than Words

Creating an emotional experience can be unforgettable.  Photo by CDC on Unsplash I despised school. I didn’t connect with the concepts, nor did I often feel a connection with a teacher. It didn’t help that I was homeschooled at various times. A few educators...
Weekly Review – November 14, 2021

Weekly Review – November 14, 2021

Another week has passed, and it’s been good. My birthday is on the 16th. It’s got me thinking about how I want to approach the following week. Faith The week was bizarre overall. Although not a bad week per se. It got strange because on Tuesday a man...
The Astroworld Tragedy and a History of Negligence

The Astroworld Tragedy and a History of Negligence

“Nobody expected to die.” Photo by Alexander Londoño on Unsplash The events that took place at this year’s Astroworld Festival were heartbreaking. I’m from the Houston area, and it’s hard seeing that devastation. There will likely be years of investigations...