We “yes-ers” must learn to create healthy, compassionate boundaries in our lives to keep our energies focused on what matters most. This does not necessarily mean we must cut back and do less-- but it does mean we must do “smarter” and “healthier.”
If you’re feeling stuck in a routine that’s far from energizing, it may be time to let your mind wander…
Just as companies can’t afford to ignore the importance of workplace happiness—you can’t afford to ignore your own happiness either.
Continued progress in equality and acceptance relies on helping our youth understand the realities of today. Exposure to diversity and opportunities to interact with people who may look, act, and love differently than we do is the most important education we can give our youth.