Kattie, we have a "one good thing" habit at our table for family dinners too!
everyone’s consistent behavior seemed to bring them joy
Most examples had something to do with other people
Yep morning behaviors.
Honoring commitments made to others.
who we are is how we lead
I tend to want to have my behaviors reflect my core values, and create more consistency in those behaviors.
Living in values means setting thoughtful boundaries.
Right on - I can usually tell when I have am up against a value boundry
take time for myself
build up my team members and coworkers
Reach out more
I think I need to be clearer with my expectations for final products. I think Dr. Brene Brown describes this as the “paint DONE for me” process
listen more than speak
Ask for help
Self Care. I encourage it on my team and am learning to practice better myself.
be available to mentor new staff
Develop those aroundme
Chantel & Courtney - I hope that like me, as the years tick on you will get better at self care… it took me 50+ years to get better at it!
Agreed Amy! It helps when your kids are out of the house too!
I'm HORRIBLE at taking time for myself. I need training in that.
You set a great example, Amy!
Exercise & keeping with it
daily gratitude journal
Listening more than I talk
I want to be more PRESENT which includes what Aaron was talking about with the phones but also really engaging.
read a book before bed rather than check the news feed one last time.
Reading. It’s good for my brain.
good idea Barbara and Chantel and Courtney.
Second Barbara! Try to be consistent with Reading before bed instead of tv.
first and last thing
Before bed is usually the only time I get. But I love to read right when I wake up on the weekends
Exercise...can't continue to use COVID as an excuse
check out of news, heaviness of the world
Reading an actual book rather than electronic reading via Kindle.
Reading engages my brain...selectively. Not the news!
It keeps the brain fresh - reading
This was excellent. Thanks for the wisdom and space for thought!
Thanks all for the insights… the smiles… the warmth… the lessons!
consistent can cut both ways - poor consistent behaviour is also recogonized by others
Thank you Jen and thank you everyone!!!
It has been good to see all kinds of new faces and to see faces of my classmates.
Thank you all!!! :)
This was wonderful! Thank you, Jen!!
thank you! this was great.