Entries Categorized as 'Zine 6: March 2008'

Sometimes A Calling Is Very Personal

Date March 27, 2008

Sometimes A Calling Is Very Personal Striving and Thriving In 1994 Hilda Pacheco-Taylor visited Door of Faith (Puerta de Fe) Orphanage in Baja California, México. There were around thirty children in care at the home in La Misión, in the countryside near Tijuana. The buildings were in disrepair and overall conditions were shocking. Things had […]

How To Talk So Kids Will Listen: They’re Not Obeying; What Now?

Date March 26, 2008

The Mentorship Approach With Kids & Teens You gave the first idea from How To Talk a try. You focused carefully on acknowledging your child’s feelings. You learned more about your child’s world, maybe you defused a couple of situations that were headed for tantrums or arguments, and you deepened your connection with your child. […]

The Second Paradoxical Commandment

Date March 26, 2008

The Mentorship Approach With Teams & Groups If you do good, people will accuse you of selfish, ulterior motives. Do good anyway. © Copyright Kent M. Keith 1968, renewed 2001 Maybe it’s skepticism borne through experience that causes many employees to doubt their employer ever acts out of consideration or kindness. Maybe it’s a sign […]

Winning Ways

Date March 17, 2008

Pursuit of Happiness: Work & Play Barbara Winter is famous for her book Making a Living Without a Job. She loves to talk about the “Joyfully Jobless” life. It’s easy to hear words like that and be skeptical.

The Price of Misery

Date March 17, 2008

Pursuit of Happiness: Money How much is it costing you to stay in a job you hate but think you can’t leave?

Write A To-Do List That Works

Date March 17, 2008

Elephant Burgers You have a plan to change your life. At least you have the next couple of steps. You look at what you’ve written down to move you forward. You know you want to get there. You remember being excited just thinking about taking these steps. But now when you look at the steps […]