What does it take to leave others feeling more appreciated, and ourselves feeling more like victors than victims? To appreciate ourselves and others more, is to find comfort and joy in the little things all around us! When we start fun discussions at Thanksgiving Day celebrations, we often generate mind-bending… Read more »
It’s holiday season again. Stress seems to be higher than normal, while care for people we love can sink to an all-time low. Even our children and grandchildren find themselves trapped in anxiety’s ankle chains over holiday gatherings, where tensions tend to dominate. As we hear words that diminish, we… Read more »
Looking to start a mind-bending and fun day? Then begin with thankfulness and the brain rises up to do the rest. Need a few prompts to ignite the kind of curiosity a toddler, teen or teacher shows on a good day? Hope to draw kindness from the heart of grandparents?… Read more »
Will you see problems pushing against the door jams on your first day back to school? Or do you see possibilities written across backdrop screens of every learner’s mind? You’d have to have the brain of a coconut husk to run from or deliberately block life-changing wonders in your day,… Read more »
Opposite thankfulness lurks disappointment and both rely on a choice to either shape a dream or tank a day. Thankfulness and a Growth Mindset! Have you noticed how even simple expressions of gratitude can offer you mental tools that no other approach to life can quite equal? Or are… Read more »
Honored to rank in the 50 Best Leadership Blogs of 2013. Thanks to the generous research by Dr. Jon Warner – we are supported, encouraged and blessed by this kind recognition. Many good friends and colleagues here in this list, remind us daily to keep on creating and to join… Read more »
If fairness fosters people and prosperity and its opposite strikes down talent, why are we missing its marks?
And what happens when evenhandedness clearly goes missing at work? Many leaders have come to us at Mita, feeling beat down and helpless. You?