How far would you go to say “I got your back”
to those you want to influence?
What you do now (during this Coronavirus epidemic)
manifests your values to the people around you.
It’s either “I got your back”
or “We are only thinking about ourselves” Continue reading
RESEARCH SHOWS THAT
THIS AFTERNOON (Friday) MATTERS…
I’m writing this article at the end of the week.
BEFORE THIS BEAUTIFUL DAY ENDS
…my favorite day on the Calendar
(I wanted to share one thought)
“Everyone has their own bag of rocks.”
…you’ve heard the phrase.
The bag is filled with their sorrow, their pain.
My grandmother said:
“If one night God brought you into the room
where He keeps everyone’s bag of rocks…
and let you set your bag down
and peek into all the other bags…
“Give me back my bag, please.”
So many people carrying such a heavy load.
But what if we “re-framed” those rocks?
What if we carved into them the things we wanted?
I think you will find the WSJ article “On the Journey to New Habits” from Dr Fogg (yup, real name) Founder and Director of the Behavior Design Lab at Stanford University to be incredibly timely (welcome to the New Year), strategic (the importance of “habits” and “prods”) and simple—