Musings

πŸŒ€ More free time

One of the most common benefits that I have heard identified through the pandemic and quarantine was additional free time. Every time I heard that, my blood temperature went up a little bit more. My experience has been the complete opposite.

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πŸŒ€ Beware positive stereotyping

We have to be so careful anytime that we view individuals primarily through the lens of a group to which they belong. This can creep in to our lives even through a positive guise, such as appreciating health care workers.

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πŸŒ€ Unleashing inner creativity

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My friend Jo Schaeffer is participating in a podcast interview on creativity and posted the question, β€œWhat challenges do you have unleashing your inner creative?” I thought about this quite a bit, and decided I wanted to share my response.

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πŸŒ€ Working in quiet

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One of the ways I was profoundly affected by my recent trip to our India office was in observing the manner in which the people worked. I am still considering how to apply what I saw and learned.

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πŸŒ€ Driving without lights

One of the surprising inspirations I have found in traveling to India is the traffic. At first glance, it seems scary and chaotic, but a subtle beauty emerged as I better understood life with almost no traffic lights.

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πŸŒ€ Getting distracted

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Life is like walking against a moving walkway. We need to regularly stop and take stock of where we are at, and whether we are still focusing on what is actually most important.

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