The edge of your safety zone is where the fear lives. Creativity and passion also live there.
Do you choose your life, or simply adjust to the changes occurring in the landscape that affect you?
It can result in increased apathy or sharpen our focus.
We are no longer in the industrial age, yet is the average healthcare facility not run like a factory?
When the average clinician is asked whether he or she is culturally sensitive, the likely response is a “Yes.” After all, it’s “culturally unacceptable” to consider oneself not competent in the area of cultural sensitivity.
Life is not stagnant; it is ever evolving. You can take part in that evolution or let the status quo reign. If you choose the latter – no more lunchtime complaining for you.
January 20th 2014 our country celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. This day we are reminded that we are our brother’s keeper.
We may need to carry the idea of resiliency for our clients and meet them where they are. Not where we want them to be.
We ask our clients to throw themselves: to trust us and to trust themselves to do something they may not imagine is possible. We ask them to initiate action.
When mediocre begins to disintegrate your passion and creativity, when you begin to tell yourself, “that’s just the way things are,” or “We are doing the best we can with what we have,” you may need to start initiating.