Tag Archives: compassion

What Lingers

Long before her diagnosis, my reliably cheerful friend turned sour. Even our most mundane conversations became contentious. Pessimism and frustration darkened her world. Eventually, as words eluded her and her thinking grew disorganized, the diagnosis came: early dementia. Terrifying, yes, … Continue reading

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What to do with No

When “no” is the status quo “In sex and relationships, no means no — always. But in business, when faced with a ‘no,’ we apply our company value to the problem: ‘Challenge the status quo with love.’ There is likely … Continue reading

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Goals

Being able to give people what they want but, 1000% on your own terms is a sweet spot. John Batiste

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Kindness from Strangers

RAVE to the table next to us at a local restaurant. While celebrating my 80th with my family, the table next to us treated me to a glass of Champagne. How cute is that? Thank you! RAVE to the man who pulled … Continue reading

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Community

The Nod…I see you. I feel you. I ‘m right here with you. And I know it hasn’t been easy, but look at you. And just think of all the people who look like you {who} are going to see … Continue reading

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