Many people endure setback, disease, and disaster with calm and focus. They divorce amicably. They relocate and change careers with little disruption. Some go through major disaster and significant duress with strength and calm. It is not that they are somehow better than the rest of us. It is most often due to their paradigm, … Continue reading Tools for Tough Times: Encouraging Others
In 1914, Ernest Shackleton and his team of 26 scientists, sailors, and explorers - and a stowaway - embarked on a dangerous mission to dogsled across Antarctica. In the days before radio, even if everything went as planned this would be risky, stretching the limits of human endurance. Everything did not go as planned. Their … Continue reading Gotta Minute?