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Leadership

What is Leadership?

The qualities of great leadership are inside each one of us! When I think about leadership, and those people who I believe to be high qualities leaders, the word ‘purpose’ comes to mind. A leader is someone who others choose to follow. That is the simplest definition that I can think of, at least. Now,

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Social Media

5 Rules for Social Media

In this time of social-distancing, social media is proving to be a critical tool to keep us connected to friends and family. Zoom, Facetime, and running the batteries out on my AirPods while talking on the phone have become regular staples of my day. Seeing posts and messages from friends and family on Facebook, Twitter,

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Bullying Prevention

Use conversation to prevent bullying

Talking it out is an idea that is not likely to bolster a lot of faith in a young person who is being bullied. After all, the bully does not seem to be interested in talking. But, what if conversation did have the power to heal and restore. What if conversation could give us the

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Happiness

Is happiness contagious?

This week we are going to talk about an article published in 2008 in the British Medical Journal (BMJ, for short). The authors from the University of California, San Diego, and Harvard, wanted to evaluate whether happiness can spread from person to person. Their results may surprise you!   What determines happiness? We know that

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Happiness

What is happiness?

“Happiness is a butterfly, which, when pursued, is always just beyond your grasp, but which, if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you.”             -Nathanial Hawthorne   Over the recent weeks of isolation, I have found myself resisting temptation to settle in to Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, or an endless stream of YouTube

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Coping Skills

Cabin fever? Try going for a walk!

We have always been walkers My wife and I have always been walkers. Living in Salt Lake, our apartment was right below a part of the city called the Avenues. A grid-like neighborhood with smaller homes and crisscross streets. The streets were all lined with sidewalks. There were crosswalks were at every intersection to encourage

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easy access to various tools and resources to ensure a safe and positive environment for all.

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