Today, Jason is learning to operate from a new frame of mind. Because he is more compassionate with himself, he is more compassionate with others.
Posts Tagged: compassion
When faced with a problem, we retread the same terrain in our minds, thinking the same thoughts and rehearsing the same internal dialogues. This kind of rumination is rarely helpful, and in fact, tends to lead to greater rigidity.
How can you quiet your self-defeating inner critic so you can hear your more compassionate inner voice?
Government has a critical role in being compassionate to citizens. But not everyone knows how to practice compassion. Here’s how you can start.
Developing a sense of humility prevents us from getting defensive about our ideas, decisions, and direction for the organization. It makes us open to new ideas and lively debate.
Whatever challenge you’re dealing with, this powerful question can help you find your way forward.
We all want to be heard and understood, especially in a difficult conversation. Ask yourself these four questions beforehand to help your message come across clearly and compassionately to the listener.
Showing compassion could help you feel better about yourself and the world around you. Here are some tips on how to do it.
So you may have heard about that new Hunger Games movie or know a little something a boy named Harry, but honestly, why should you be reading young adult literature (YA Lit)? Isn’t it just for kids? Actually, no, YA Lit is awesome because it can teach some great lessons that you will actually enjoyRead… Read more »
I’d like to share a resource that you or some of the receipient organizations you work with might find helpful – www.strengtheningnonprofits.org! It was born out of the Compassion Capital Fund program which last made grants in 2009, and has tons of helpful info. Read on for more info….. The Compassion Capital Fund (CCF), administeredRead… Read more »