Winnie the Pooh says, “It’s the way of things.”
How does the awareness that people are generally aggressive to guard themselves pertain to less unsympathetic individuals, including me?
Being affected by or developing depression during Covid-19 by no means enables us to manage the triggers and stressors. Managing your depression will rely on your resilience.
In a world that applauds being right and appearing right — it is okay not to be okay.
If there was one reminder I needed this week, it is to live with grace.
Day after day, we have a chance to develop while diversifying ourselves in the discovery and progression of these 21st-century skills.
As we travel the byways and highways of life, there will inevitably be moments of hopelessness, doubt, and worthlessness when pursuing our goals and aspirations.
As leaders, teachers, parents, coaches, positive difference-makers and agents of change, we pour into others every day. But we need to make sure we’re also committing that same level of time, energy, support and nurturing care into ourselves.
It’s effortless and easy to journey down the path of least resistance because it’s often familiar and comfortable. Yet this path usually goes against who we genuinely are.