So, I saw an article on Fast Company today, “5 reasons we need emotionally intelligent leaders in times of crisis.” Are you nodding? Yeah. Me too. Day to day people are struggling. I mean, they’re really struggling. At last count, some 26 million Americans applied for unemployment in the month or so. It’s bananas. Almost completely out … Continue reading Sarcasm, Bleach and Sunlight: I Think I’ll Just Sleep Until Times Get Better
In Korean culture, age is everything. If someone older than you says jump, you jump. If they take something from you, you bow and don’t say a word. Even if they hit you in the head repeatedly, you take it. Thank God I live in the U.S. ‘cuz would seriously not work for me. Anyway, … Continue reading Jeanine Cummins, Perception Is Everything
So, the big news this week is the college admissions cheating scandal. But it’s not the scandal itself that I find interesting. Didn’t we always know that rich people pay in unsavory, under the table type ways, to get their kids into the best schools? It’s been a storyline or a sub story line in … Continue reading Don’t You Love It When Criminals Are Happy, Smiling and Perfectly Contoured?
So, CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta had his hard pass revoked this week after he challenged President Trump in a post-midterm election press conference. USA Today reported that “news organizations condemned the move, calling it a threat to freedom of the press. “Such interactions, however uncomfortable they may appear to be, help define the … Continue reading Privilege Can Be Petty — and Dangerous
There’s a certain level of emotional intelligence required to speak well publicly. You have to be aware of yourself, you should hopefully have deep empathy for others, and because of that you should be able to discern when not to speak, how to speak and on what topics. That’s not to say that those who … Continue reading Lindsay Lohan: Saying #MeToo Makes Women Look Weak? Not a Good Idea
I found this video today and want to share it because I adore what Pharrell says about accountability. He brings it home that diversity issues and the problems with race in this country are not a zero sum game. Too many issues are lumped together in an effort to discount everything and assign blame. And, … Continue reading Progress With Race Problems May Begin With Accountability @Pharrell #diversity #race