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What’s the Best Free Pandemic Medicine? Hugs???

By Becky Ripley | January 20, 2021

As we celebrate this holiday differently than ever before, we do still celebrate. For that opportunity, we are grateful. So many people across the globe have suffered unimaginable losses, and yet there is a remedy that offers pandemic relief, and it’s free. Hugs. If you are one of the lucky ones who shares a home with […]

When Soft is Hard… Why Your Words Matter

By Kittie Watson | January 14, 2021

Picture this… it is 2041, twenty years from now, and students around the globe are reading about how historians describe the events of January 6, 2021 on Capitol Hill. Consider for a moment what you have said to your children, family members, friends and colleagues. What words have you used to describe the scene? During […]

Resilience: The Art of Knowing When to Swivel and Twist

By awaremediasolutions | December 21, 2020

Adversity, difficulties and disruptive changes help us build resiliency. During the last nine months, the pandemic has forced us to learn, adapt and anticipate how to do things differently.  And, like the old game of Twister, many businesses have shown us how crucial it is to change direction, swivel and reposition, by changing their approaches […]

Evaluate Your Gift Giving… Are you giving your best?

By Kittie Watson | December 3, 2020

This holiday we see long lines… not in shopping centers, but with people waiting for hours to get food for their families. As in years past, there are countless, selfless volunteers who risk their own health and give of their time to help others. There are many ways to give this holiday season. Ponder how […]

Leadership Choices – How to Embrace Discomfort and Change

By awaremediasolutions | November 11, 2020

Change is perhaps the only constant in our world. Whether you welcome or resist it, change is going to happen. Unfortunately, most of us tend to resist change, viewing it as a threat to a comfortable and stress-free existence. Yet, great leaders learn that personal change is a choice and embrace it. Why Should You […]

How to Self-censor to Avoid Saying the “Wrong” Thing

By Kittie Watson | October 20, 2020

“A basic tenet of healthy democracy is open dialogue and transparency.” — Peter Fenn “A lack of transparency results in distrust and a deep sense of insecurity.” — Dalai Lama During WWII, soldiers’ letters were censored with a stamp of approval before being mailed home. The allies feared that sensitive information might get into enemy hands. […]

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