Make your holiday more meaningful, memorable and filled with love for others by co-creating your own, distinctive tradition that enables you to deepen friendships and demonstrate a willingness to bear witness to the pains and the joys you have experienced over the past year.
Pull others closer by giving the most credible, memorable praise: 10 ways. Beware of the more potent impact of criticism.
If you’re new to MovingFromMeToWe.com, you may want to subscribe to our RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!Want to to kick off your new year in a way that will spur growth, enable you to savor time with others and create fresh meaning in your life? Try this …. Create a Mutually-Reinforcing Group Ritual For over [...]
There’s a Relationship Revolution bubbling up and you’ve probably seen signs of it. Rain or shine, for over a decade, my college friend Jane Burns has been walking the same route in Lake Oswego every morning at 7:00 am with the same hardy group of women. Neighbors yet strangers at first, the habit has bound [...]
Coincidences. Recently Daniel Johnson wrote about those in his life. Some were meaningful. Ironically I discovered his article by coincidence because he cited a story that involved my friend and how she met her husband at a party she had not intended to attend – in my village, Sausalito. Even today that story warms my heart and brought [...]
Job hunting is dispiriting – often lonely and isolating. That’s why it was so comforting for job seekers to be in a room full of knowledgeable people who were ready to meet with them, one-on-one, to answer their specific questions. From job hunt web sites to career counseling coaches could personalize their advice to each [...]
In our increasingly connected world, everyone must manage “the brand called you” announced Tom Peters years ago. Reluctant to see yourself this way? Your impetus can be to protect your reputation. The upside motivation to think of self-branding, however, is to attract the people and opportunities that help make your life the kind of adventure story you [...]
… is to have someone to “stand by you”, writes empathic Pamela Slim. Here are two of her Me2We suggestions for pulling yourself through hard times by involving others.
Make Wiser Choices, Stronger Friendships and More Opportunity by Visualizing Your Circles of ConnectionTuesday, December 30th, 2008
When meeting Natasha, photographer Rick Smolan never imagined she’d be an emotional thread of continuity for his life. Human stories take unexpected turns, especially next year. I’ve got your back and you’ve got mine. That’s a mighty welcome feeling as we enter 2009. Why? Because, more than any of the last 25 years, 2009 will crackle with change, unexpected loss and fresh opportunities [...]
In conversation with an acquaintance you mention that your CPA has retired. This semi-stranger suggests a CPA who specializes in your kind of work. Should you follow-up? You’d be more motivated to do so if that acquaintance: 1. Had first-hand knowledge of the quality of the CPA’s work. 2. Would be adversely affected if the [...]