Pono and the Why of Right →
Excerpt: I coach Caroline. She hasn’t been the first one to say something to me in a few of my holiday conversations with those in our Ho‘ohana Community who read these pages [MWA Coaching] and work to weave value-based actions in their work. “Pono will be our value for January? Finally Rosa!” Time flies, and I can’t quite believe it took me this long to write about Pono...
A new beginning - a renewed Aloha! →
“With a brief intermission behind us, Teaching with Aloha is officially returning today, January 1, 2008, with a sharpened focus and determination.” ~ Dean Boyer
I pledge to become a much more active blogger in 2008 and not let my other...– ~ Jodee Bock in A Life Examined. How amazing our world, and how fantastic this is to be part of someone’s New year’s Eve ho’ohana intentions for the coming year.
Start a one-sentence journal. I picked up this trick from my friend Gretchen...– ~ Leo Babauta at Zen Habits writes on the powerful reasons to make reflection a daily habit. I remember reading about this before and thinking it was a terrific way to switch-hit with my nightly Gratitude Journal. ~ A MWAC Archive Visit.
Added to the JJL Calendar: Pangea Day 2008 →
In 2007 Blog Action Day affected many of us far more than we had anticipated it would. I have a hunch that will happen in 2008 with Pangea Day, coming on May 10th. I learned about Pangea Day via the TEDBlog’s call for submissions, and my greatest wish of this moment is that I were a film-maker capable of producing a video that would do justice to the importance of the Managing with...
There's a Better Lesson to Learn about... →
According to my Aloha Dictionary, while the anti-consumerism creativity and activism initially may be intriguing and compelling, shopdropping still equals stealth, cheating, laziness and vandalism. The post contains a link to a video clip.
Discover Amazon Daily →
Been loving this feed subscription, and shared it on Steve Sherlock’s Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Blogosphere - a long overdue contribution from me!
Let's Collaborate: A Learner's Conference Calendar... →
Excerpt: Deciding which conferences we will aim to attend in the coming year is a part of year-end reflections for many of us. The first step is knowing what your options are, and so I thought I’d ask the experts where lifelong learning is concerned ~ YOU! ~ our Ho’ohana Community of joyful learners. Where will you be learning?
Please Welcome Angela Maiers to Joyful Jubilant... →
Angela is our newest writer within our joyful and jubilant Ho‘ohana Community of learners.
Reality Check: Is your track record actually bad... →
According to the CBS Evening News, that’s what the airlines have done for at least half a dozen companies which now exist to offer door-to-door luggage service. I can relate… Last trip: A full 8 days without my laptop now that I have transitioned all my work to web-based apps. And still no Blackberry!
Joyful Jubilant Learning: Rapid Fire Learning -... →
Hosted by Benjamin Bach this month. Added my 5 RFLs in a comment there.
Give yourself an early New Years gift: “Project:... →
Today starts one of my favorite weeks within the entire year, and this is an MWA3P posting explaining why. Having this as the very last week of the year somehow makes it even better :) This was the Part 1 post, written before I started this Tumblr Log: Give yourself an early Christmas gift: “Project: Sweet Closure 2007”
I truly believe that if we keep telling the Christmas story, singing the...– ~ Norman Vincent Peale (1898-1993), American Protestant religious leader, author. Love the optimism of this thought for Christmas Day! Via Tim Milburn.
Merry Christmas JJLers! →
Our Christmas Day message for the Ho‘ohana Community. Excerpt: Were we to have discovered how to capture it for you, inside the box would be the one thing we fervently believe to be the very best gift we could give you. It would be the vibrancy of learning itself, enough to surround you for the whole of the new year to come, and enough for you to share with each person you know, and each you...
Tumblelogs (they say) are the refreshingly simple new way to share anything you...– ~ Joanna Young
One day I’ll live on my own URL, then I’ll stream where I want to. Until then...– ~ Liz Strauss