Starting with love and compassion helps me keep humanity at the core of the path forward. It helps me remember to reflect upon and identify the internal working model of the student, parent, teacher, principal, school, system, etc. It leads me to ask myself, how do I respond from a place of love and compassion? How do I dis-confirm the internal working model?
How to Find Love and Compassion in Your Most Difficult Moments is an article written by Elana Miller, MD- a psychiatry resident and founder of Zen Psychiatry. In this article, Alana offers 5 practical techniques for cultivating love and compassion during particularly challenging situations.
The Mattering Movement that All-In has joined this year (that you'll continue to hear more and more about) offers concrete and tangible ways to weave love and compassion into the lives of those with whom we work.
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Dr. Barbara Young, acclaimed educator, entrepreneur, radio talk show host, and motivational speaker on leadership and empowerment for women shares her personal story and the three key principles of love, empowerment, and significance that contributed to her success and sent her on a journey to establish a "community of mattering." Can your personal story be unleashed in a way that will propel your own fulfilling and impactful journey? Find out in this powerful and inspirational talk.
I hope you have a school year full of LOVE, COMPASSION and MATTERING!