A lot of people reduce critical thinking to simply telling people that what they’re doing is not enough or inadequate. That’s not what its about. Instead, critical thinking engages people in identifying their assumptions, examining their beliefs, and supporting their personal development before, during, and after their actions. Instead of right and wrong, critical thinking suggests we help shepherdContinue reading “Critical Thinking Part 1”
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10 Ways Motivators Stay Motivated
What drives the people who encourage people to stay motivated? Recently, I’ve been considering what keeps motivating people motivated. Whether you are workplace supervisors, social workers, professional speakers, parents or classroom teachers, if you are a motivator you have to stay motivated. How do you do that? I have spent a career working with people who motivateContinue reading “10 Ways Motivators Stay Motivated”
It’s a DIY Life.
I believe that we can each change the world. I believe we can all change our lives, too. After all, it’s a DIY life. Here’s why. We have to look at the details. The real challenge of changing the world and changing our lives is to learn to see nuance and acknowledge subtleties inContinue reading “It’s a DIY Life.”