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February13

Give From Your Saucer

When talking about self-care, or self-love, a lot of people talk about refilling the cup.  You know what I mean… make sure you refill your cup so that you never deplete yourself in your giving… otherwise your cup runs out and you’re running on empty.   Well, I have to agree with Susan Kennedy and
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January06

The Power of Speaking From The Heart

The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was an inspired man.  No matter how many times I read or hear it, his “I Have A Dream” speech moves me to tears.  He paints a picture in words of the kind of world I want to live in now and for the future.   Can you
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October14

Three Tips for Legible Flip Charts

Earlier this week I attended a training that made my eyes bleed.   Okay, not really, but the trainer’s use of a flip chart was nothing short of painful.  I couldn’t read what she was writing (and I was in the front!), the pages were a series of random squiggles that couldn’t easily connect with
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October07

Stages of a World Cafe Graphic Recording

It’s hard to believe that it all starts with a blank sheet of paper… but it does! Here are some photos of a World Cafe recording as it progressed:   So here’s the start.     At the start, this graphic recording is pretty blank.   Actually, it’s more than the start. It really started
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October03

The Practice Will Set You Free

“Yeah, right!” I muttered to my dad, kicking the piano bench yet again.   “I hate practicing scales for hours every day. I HATE it! I KNOW how to play scales… I play them ALL the TIME! Why can’t I just do what you do and play what I want?”   I was ten. My
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