I was facilitating a meeting this afternoon of a team of amazing leaders. I assembled this team to work on implementing a grant that we received to bring primary health care to people living with mental illness. It is always significant to the members to be part of such a nobel team trying to doContinue reading “Where you lead, I can follow”
Tag Archives: change
Off the Schneid
Have you ever worked on a something really hard and no matter how you try it keeps failing? You know what I am talking about right? It could be the job you want but never seem to get the interview. Maybe you really need to get the bolt unfastened on your lawnmower but the rust makesContinue reading “Off the Schneid”
In the dark
Michael was sitting on the side of the road on a barren rural highway in his car. It was 1 am and he just left the office buried in mounds of files all needing his attention at the same time. He felt nothing, his body was absent of any sensation, almost void of any signContinue reading “In the dark”
Will someone change the diaper?
Heard the funniest analogy that I simply cannot get out of my head. I was raising money for a project I am leading, a new health center for our community. The meetings with philanthropists, foundations and grant applications are too many to count at this point. The need in our community swells beyond comprehension. Honestly,Continue reading “Will someone change the diaper?”
A decade of change
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Change.” Me, my camera and how I love.
Hope for our City
Reflecting on the past few months about our city I had to park my thoughts of tragedy to create hope for the future. It is really difficult being positive each day when there is so many assaults on human beings. Assaults expressed by physical, verbal or mental violence. Our city is suck in a time whenContinue reading “Hope for our City”
Fill up the glass
While watching people in my life I have noticed them struggle. Everyone’s journey is so different and the hurdles are so self-defined. What challenges some is not so challenging for others. I guess that is what makes each of us so unique. Some of us are thinkers, analyzers while other are simply doers. You know thoseContinue reading “Fill up the glass”
Make it a Habit
it is unbelievable that Christmas is over and it is time again to meet the New Year. It seems so automatic. Our tradition of celebrating the biggest birthday of the year followed by ringing in the New Year with celebration. Sharing memories with family and friends, envisioning how the upcoming year will be different thanContinue reading “Make it a Habit”
The Sunshine Club
I finally had time this week to look through our Christmas Card Basket. I have this ritual of waiting until there is a pile and spending a whole evening reading cards, Christmas stories from our friends and family warm my heart. I really get no credit for the dozens and dozens of card we getContinue reading “The Sunshine Club”
How will you be remembered?
Where have all the people gone that were seriously passionate and believed in working hard for the good of the cause? I appreciate the difficulty of change and how people all experience it in differently. Individuals are so focused on getting their own needs met that narcissism becomes a larger focus than the original mission.Continue reading “How will you be remembered?”