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Compassionate Leadership Practice Series: Note to a Dear Friend, a Self-Compassion Exercise

Compassionate Leadership Practice Series: Note to a Dear Friend, a Self-Compassion Exercise

How kind is that voice in your head, toward YOU? When you make a mistake, or are struggling in a situation, or something really tough is happening in your life, how do you speak to yourself? Whether you are new to compassion practices or an experienced practitioner, this is a short, simple, effective exercise that will offer you new awareness and a path towards self-kindness.

Compassionate Leadership Practice Series: Ready, Set, Go – A Compassion Reset

Compassionate Leadership Practice Series: Ready, Set, Go – A Compassion Reset

Did you ever wish you had a reset button to change your mood or create an open mindset? Discover this simple, effective tool that anyone can use, whether you are new to compassion practices or an experienced practitioner. This personal reset practice is patterned after a practice doctors and nurses rely on during the very brief time available moving from patient to patient.

Compassion Tech – Can an App Empower Compassion, Introspection, and Humanity?

Compassion Tech – Can an App Empower Compassion, Introspection, and Humanity?

We just recently discovered a wonderful app that offers you a daily routine to help you feel a little more connected to the rest of humanity. The app is called Daily Haloha, and I am so appreciative to have found it. After only a week of engaging, I can’t wait for each day’s fill in the blank.

Compassionate Leadership Practice Series: Just Like Me

Compassionate Leadership Practice Series: Just Like Me

When we are triggered by a co-worker, boss, friend, stranger, or family member, we tend to think “they” are wrong, “they” are rude, “they” are uncaring, or “they” are mean. We tend to focus on the difference between “us” and “them,” which increases a sense of separation. Yet, there is a more compassionate approach to dealing with the challenges that confront us every day.