As a country proud to host fair and non-violent elections, let’s stay calm this election season. It’s possible to deeply care about this country’s future, while embracing the beautiful diversity that makes us citizens of the land of the free and the home of the brave.
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Just as mixologists tweak their signature sangria into unique personal masterpieces, we too can transform ourselves, revolutionize ourselves, and re-brand ourselves into a better, more diversified persons.
Let’s embrace the lessons learned from this year – follow up and apologize, grow and forgive where necessary in order to move ahead. Let’s cover our blind spots with intentionality, learn, and take action in this New Year.
In a nutshell, to lead Millennials is to listen to Millennials. Including their unique ideas, utilizing their energy and digital savvy, engaging their ethical convictions and acknowledging their collaborative approach will speak volumes and empower these young leaders to eventually take the reigns and lead your family, company, church and country.
Knowing our own leadership style is important as we engage our world personally and professionally. Understanding how to engage with different personalities, within the context of generational gaps and gender roles is a tricky thing to master. Those who stay open and flexible are the best leaders of our time.
The next time we are tempted to bring our biases to the table, let’s instead order a pitcher of Spanish sangria and remember that judgment closes doors. Comparisons destroy bridges. Let’s open our minds, our palates and our hearts to every new experience, ready to expand and explore the good, different, difficult and beautiful that is life, love and relationships.
We Boomers are no strangers to breaking away from the norm. How our parents engaged politics, professionalism, religion and childrearing are not the ways in which we chose to engage. Sometimes it seems that we made protest part of our culture, the very essence of our DNA. We boldly confronted injustices, dared to change social norms and bent the rules as needed in order to live out our truest convictions
Have you ever marveled at the fearlessness of little children? The way kids pick up on technology, skiing, swimming and second languages is extremely impressive. It might seem slightly odd, but to challenge ourselves to that aspect of youth might help us live fuller, longer, more fulfilled lives
When it comes to creating marketing content for your business, remember that all people come with biases, skepticism, a unique world-view and varying levels of business acumen. These thee steps will prove useful as you create content.
This wine series is about enjoying life, having our favorite wines and becoming our best selves. As I continue to learn about wine, I have thought abouthow a wine’s personality can parallel human personalities for how we relate to one another. Maybe it’s time we increase our personal palatability Dry rosé…