Sep 12, 2021
You might have read my blog in February about my new puppy, Abby. I shared that the Choice Map was helping me through puppy training (probably a unique application of the Choice Map!). Well, it’s almost October and the training continues. As you can see from the photo, Abby is all grown up. And as you would expect, there is good news and “not yet good news” with her.
In the past few weeks, I’ve discovered a new use for the Choice Map that has helped me a lot—and took me by surprise. After getting past the loss of our 15-year-old Cloe, my husband and I were finally ready to bring a new dog into our family, not just for us but as a companion for our rescue, Bodhi.
The holidays are fully upon us with their own 2020 twist! And they can be both wonderful and challenging – a recipe with ingredients of joy mixed with stress – new stresses and old stresses.
It is hard to believe that it is Thanksgiving already. Time is going by differently in 2020 as you all know and have experienced. Before I go counting our blessings at Thanksgiving, I’d like to circle back to our amazing blessings we had in October and November.
Between COVID-19, racial injustice, the economy, the U.S. Presidential election, the environment, uncertainty around school openings, and all the other Judger-triggering things going on in the world today, many of us are finding it challenging to stay in Learner mindset. If you can relate, you’re probably asking yourself questions...
As many of you know, when the pandemic struck, we wanted to provide a place of safety, sharing and connection for our Learner community. That desire led to a series of free “Compassionate and Connecting Conversations” several Monday nights a month. Each session has a theme such as self-care or reimagining your personal or professional futures.
Adding curiosity to your repertoire of skills has been deemed an essential skill to learn right now. According to this recently published LinkedIn article, The Trending Skill You Didn’t Know You Need, its time to think about curiosity in a different way. At Inquiry Institute we teach and build curiosity skills in every facet of our programs because we know it is the key to success and the Inquiring mindset.
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