Most people listen selectively. Theres really nothing wrong with that. We cant listen to everything. In each situation, we need to determine how, what, how much, and where to listen. We can listen and learn anyplace. Life takes place in little vignettes.
Do you have an attention seeking child? Do you find yourself being asked non-stop by your child to check out every move they make? Even in the car, kids will ask Mommy and Daddy to turn around to look at something that they are drawing, or at something passing by, or a funny face he is making, etc.
Intention is the basis for all action. Here is an incident that helped to form my interest in helping others to be aware of intention.
Everyone has a unique perspective of what constitutes an “energetic meeting.” Some may believe that an energetic meeting must be lively and fast-paced; others may believe that a meeting is energetic when they leave feeling energized and uplifted.
recounts a true story about a bird who flew into my fireplace to teach a powerful lesson.
guides you to trust your inner process when selecting professional help from others.
uses the familiar metaphor of managers, consultants, and others who fight fires (or solve problems) in the workplace.
distinguishes between poverty and poverty consciousness and gives you practical suggestions for ending these limitations.
Diversity encases many more attributes than gender and skin tone, and a celebration and/or honoring of those differences. Many attributes are used to sort people out, to place them in categories, often with ideas of better or lesser.
Its common for people to want to have a “career development plan.” Many think that those successful individuals who have preceded them in the corporation had a plan to get where they got. Some did, but quite honestly, its easier claim that they had a plan with the benefit of hindsight and success than to produce the plan they had years before.