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Acceptance Isn’t Agreement

Acceptance is being flexible

“Acceptance doesn’t mean resignation; it means understanding that something is what it is and there’s got to be a way through it” ~ Michael J. Fox ~ Many times, I have come to witness a misunderstanding between acceptance and agreement. Just because I accept what someone is telling me, doesn’t mean that I am in […]

A Medical Courier’s Perspective

Effect of stress while driving

Perspective Views Being a medical courier has changed my point of view of the pandemic. My perspective as a medical courier of the pandemic seems to have two faces in Madison, WI. One face knows this is a serious virus capable of infecting and killing people at its worst. Prepared individuals take action, take precautions, […]

Experience is the Best Teacher

Experience is great teacher

Experience is a great teacher. In fact, everything we learn is based on some type of experience. There are basically two types of experience; objective and subjective. Think about it. The majority of everything you have learned is based on the experience of others. Now, before you disagree, let’s look at it. Objective The majority […]

Is It Feedback or Criticism?

Feedback isn’t Criticism and Criticism isn’t Feedback. I don’t know about you but I’ve seen many people misinterpret the feedback from a person as criticism. And I also have seen people criticizing a person believing that they are giving the individual constructive feedback. The method, approach, and voice tone of the person providing the information […]

Every Pencil Has An Eraser

Pencil Eraser

One day I was discussing an issue with a friend when I came to the realization that I misunderstood a situation. I then knew I had to apologize to a few people and told my friend. She then told me “That’s why every pencil has an eraser”. What an insightful comment. Deleting a Mistake Think […]

Why Do We Resist the Process of Life?

Resistance. A very common automatic response to what doesn’t “feel good.” It shows up in all areas of our life on a daily basis. Relationships, occupations, driving on the road, standing in line, our general interactions with people, etc. You name it. It is there at some point. When Jim asked me to write another […]

Do What You Love!

Passion is actually doing what you love. It could be wanting to be a professional golfer or as simple as having a quiet life, living in a small cabin in a rural area, and going golfing every day. In both cases, it’s your passion that’s driving you. Some people will say that the person wanting […]

Experience Can Be The Best Teacher

Experience can be defined as “something personally encountered, undergone, or lived through.” I think all of us could agree on thatĀ definition. Only you can fully know and understand your past and present experiences and how they have affected you on many different levels of your life. You can try to explain them to others in […]

Come on, Get Up

There is a great saying: “It Doesn’t Matter How Many Times You Fall. What Matters is How Many Times You Get Up”. Life throws a lot of things your way. It could be medical, family, work, etc. And the list goes on. There are going to be a lot of struggles in life and many […]

The Power of a Smile

Power behind the Smile

The “Smile” is a powerful tool that we all possess. Some people just naturally smile and I find those people bubbly and normally have a positive attitude. Even when they are upset, that smile isn’t too far away. I find it so much easier to talk to a person who smiles than to a person […]