Elena Aguilar shares her top three suggestions on building resilience, especially when cultivating resilient communities in crisis.
Parents and caregivers need to focus on their own resilience while also cultivating the resilience of others. Learn with Janet as she guides you to build your own reservoirs of resilience.
Resilience is a lifelong practice. Building it, shaping it, and accessing it all take practice, bravery, and time. Spend an hour with Lori and Janet as they share insights into cultivating resilience.
What is your call to action in this time of crisis? How will you manage and thrive when so much is unknown?
See how you can tap into your breath more to keep you present and engaged in the work at hand.
Rescue Me Last month I celebrated my 10-year anniversary with my dog Buster. It was a milestone celebration, because two weeks after adopting him, I wanted to give him up. Anyone who has adopted a rescue pet knows they come with a history. A hidden, complicated history that will reveal itself in the moments you
by Elena Aguilar, Bright Morning President As a new coach, my number one question was, How can I coach a resistant teacher? I felt like most of the teachers I had to coach were resistant. It shouldn’t be a surprise then that this is the question I’m most often asked. In my workshops, within the
By Janet Baird, a Bright Morning Senior Associate and Contributing Blogger We talk frequently about the two essential dispositions of a transformational leader: compassion and curiosity. But why are these so essential? What is it about these ways of being that help us continue doing the work that needs to be done to create more
by Noelle Apostol Colin, a Bright Morning Senior Associate and guest blogger Her eyes filled with tears. She took a deep breath and blinked slowly. “I’m withdrawing. I’m not being who I need to be to make things better,” she said quietly. We stood huddled together, leaning around a tall cocktail table, inside a beautiful wooden
By Lori Cohen, a Bright Morning Associate and contributing blogger Haters May Hate, But Players Will Play I admit it: I hate playing games. I hate board games, games of cards, games that invite us to sing and be silly and vulnerable and win and lose or just have plain, nonsensical fun. In fact, I don’t