Perspectives

“Celebrate what’s right with the world.” (Dewitt Jones)

It is amazing how difficult it is to walk a neighborhood and just be an observer. There is a tendency to permit daily to-do’s, reflections on past events, preparations for future events, and temptations to grab the smartphone to check emails/social media. This permission snatches my attention from the riotous colors of springtime flowers, the green lawns following recent rains, the sounds of dogs barking their warnings and songbirds singing their praises, the flights of winged butterflies and birds, and the cool spring breeze caressing everything in its’ path.

It is challenging to be in the moment and simply notice the physical effects of the walk: Continue reading “Perspectives”

Brain Fitness & Organizational Health

brainfitnessSometimes disparate and distinct ideas, which weren’t initially meant to be tied together, can be used outside of their original context. It produces interesting results and most of the time I just note them and keep going. Today I am sharing one tidbit of insight…an “Ah-Ha” moment.

During a recent viewing of an episode from the “Brain Fitness” series, the following tenets were provided as critical in brain plasticity and change: Continue reading “Brain Fitness & Organizational Health”