Motivational Monday: The Stories We Create

Tell me a story of who you are, and see who I am in the stories I live. And together we will remember that each of us always has a choice. (Oriah Mountain Dreamer, The Dance) Life is short. Youth is finite. You have every opportunity to make the most of the life you have…
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What’s Wrong Wednesday: Softball Umpire Asked A Deaf 10-Year-Old Player To Remove Her Hearing Devices

Lexi is 100% deaf. She has bilateral cochlear implants, which give her the ability to hear. Coupled with the implants,  a lot of hard work has given Lexi the ability to speak normally. In fact, when she wears her hair so that you can’t see her devices, you’d never even know she was deaf. But…
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Motivational Monday: Our Social Networks Help Us Keep Our Commitments

When we tell other people about a commitment to change a habit, we are far more likely to follow through. And while introverts and extroverts have different optimal social set points, we all need to strike a balance between solitude and socializing. Consider what the best balance is for you, and share your goals only as…
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Freedom Friday:  Without Inner Change There Can Be No Outer Change

Life is not always fair. We are constantly barraged by news of war, terror, poverty, inequality – internal and worldwide – and all the fear and anxiety that these issues cause us. Reverend angel Kyodo williams, a guest presenter in Mindful at Work, explores how we can transform our reactions. Every individual reacts to issues…
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What’s Wrong Wednesday: Uber Sued Over Lack Of Wheelchair-Accessible Cars

Uber is still largely ignoring the needs of disabled customers. Equal Rights Center, a nonprofit civil rights organization, is suing the $68 billion startup for not making its service accessible for disabled customers in Washington D.C. The lawsuit, filed on Wednesday, alleges that Uber is violating both the Americans with Disabilities Act (Title III) which requires…
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