I imagine that many of us in healthcare fulfilled a dream to become a nurse or doctor, both honorable positions. These careers are certainly nothing without the people we serve. I knew at age ten when I watched the “made for tv movie” BRIAN’S SONG that I wanted to be an oncology nurse. [...]
From Rebecca’s favorite poem collection:
Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back. Concerning all acts of initiative and creation there is one elementary truth, the ignorance of which kills countless ideas and splendid plans: that the moment one definitely commits oneself, then Providence moves, too. All sorts of things [...]
Do you know what it takes to be extraordinary? Do you recognize the talents you have and the potential to create, perform, develop or invent something that is of value to others as well as yourself? Perhaps someone has shined a light on your talent and it was then you recognized you are gifted in [...]Continue Reading →
We all experience rhythm in a variety of ways. We can tune into a life of rhythm when we understand that the rhythm of our heart beat is where it all begins.
We see, feel, and experience rhythm not only through music but also in our thoughts, our movements, and our daily routines. There is [...]Continue Reading →
Happy Birthday to Dr. Seuss. He brought us a new view of the word with his rhythmic words and gave everyone permission to be silly, odd and colorful. Imagine the world without Dr. Seuss…..oh let’s not!
The Cat in the Hat has touched the hearts of young and old for decades.
I can’t imagine a [...]Continue Reading →
Dynamic leaders are always innovating and looking for ways to come together with other leaders in order to collaborate and to share ideas.
Have you ever noticed that you may experience having new ideas or even a new way of looking at something when you are in a room where there is a lot of [...]Continue Reading →
“Every worthwhile accomplishment, big or little, has its stages of drudgery and triumph: a beginning, a struggle and a victory”. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
Life is a process of learning, adjusting and evaluating. We make judgments on everything we have experienced or created, yet many times we think what we see is not what we expected [...]Continue Reading →
Remember those words written thousands of years ago in the book of Philippians that suggested we “think on these things”? When you are relaxing or daydreaming, do you see yourself in the present moment or do you see yourself in the future, or perhaps even the past? What part of your life are you spending [...]Continue Reading →
I have been drenched in sports this past week as I attended the Phoenix Open golf tournament on Friday and then geared up for the big game of football…the 47th Super Bowl. Our culture is sports focused and as much as I love watching sports, it sometimes makes us feel, well, sort of ordinary. What I realize [...]Continue Reading →
Have you ever been in a conversation that seemed civil until the other party took something you said, or did, as offensive without any clue on your part as to what you said, or did, to disturb the other person? Being misunderstood has become more common as we communicate in various forms, such as text [...]Continue Reading →