LISTEN TO WHAT YOU SAY
We don't do it intentionally. We mean no harm. But how we say things matters. In front of your class, your team, your family - what you say sends a message. Children have remarkable "little ears" that pick up on what and how you say things. Small changes today - can make a big difference in the future.
A website called Covertheathlete.com also has noticed and recently released a video that hilariously -- yet, perfectly -- shows what would happen if male athletes were asked the type of questions their female counterparts are asked.
Listen to yourself, and find a couple small steps to take that address issues of equality.
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STEPS WELL TAKEN
As we pause this week to celebrate the life of George H.W. Bush, we see a man who worked to recognize the common ground upon which something positive could be built to benefit the greater good. To do this – he chose steps that are open to all of us.
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We’re challenging every United States Senator to lead by example, and to connect with a Senator from across the aisle as a symbol of their willingness to work in a bipartisan manner for the common good.
A great experiment on how to help people build empathy. Roman Krznaric talks about the launch of the Empathy Museum.
As you look down at your Common Ground shoes, take a minute to put yourself in the other shoe in an attempt to appreciate another's viewpoint.