Cultivating Care Within Problem Behavior While Serving People For the last few months, my family has had to make some really tough medical decisions with and for a beloved family member. Like many people, we are faced with caring for ourselves, our children, and loved ones at different points in their lives. It's made me … Continue reading For The Sake of Human Dignity
What Foodnetwork TV has taught me about Corrective Feedback, Using my words, and the importance of being a Supervisor and Supervisee. Chopped surprised me. I thought it would be about food. This show has given lessons in feedback (giving and receiving) and, how at any moment, everyone should be ready to learn and level up. … Continue reading Lessons from #Chopped
Why Pruning Matters... My favorite flowers are Tulips. But I especially love Peonies and Hydrangeas. Fortunately, #TraderJoes keeps a nice stock of fresh flowers and I travel there almost weekly. Though I love flowers, I am a *clears throat * low activity individual when it comes for the care that fresh flowers require. On my … Continue reading Being the Same Will Not Do
Why Finding the Room to Operate In Your Gift Matters Clinicians have skills. And we also have gifts. The gifts are on our insides. They help us climb over the tough stuff they didn't teach us in school. You know hits, jabs, snarky conversations, and (my favorite), the bodily fluids. Gifts are what make us … Continue reading Skills are Good. But Follow Your Gift.