be the change

LISTEN: When asked how they see our LGBTQ community moving forward in a Trump administration Jess Niven-Kohring stated: This
She is a mom, who didn't have her child with her in the shelter. Coming in to the Minot ND YWCA with nowhere and no one to
My grandmother was one of the greatest influences on me, especially in my professional life. She always encouraged me to
Think what would happen if we all decided to do our next action so that it would create positive ripple effect instead of negative?
But as a recovering perfectionist, I no longer see the value in spending hours, days, or years trying to get everything just right, all the time. Here are five tips that have helped me reach this point of liberation:
I invite you to join the movement Self Love Rising, which creates awareness on the power of loving yourself. Why? Because
It's not about having a sense of humor. I love silly and sarcastic stuff. Mean humor is not my thing, but especially when directly towards people with the intent to hurt.
You likely invest a good portion of your days -- and therefore your life -- at work. When you consciously use that time to express your purpose, make a difference, and help yourself and others grow, your experience changes dramatically.
Don't get caught up in the holiday BS. Live your life like a son of a gun. I know I will. We can take tips from our favorite indie rockers this holiday season. Here are some of my favorites to get you wielding your weirdo power in no time.
You can be the change you want to see in the world. You choose which of the chainreactions you spark, in every encounter
I call it heart work, this hard work of choosing the uncomfortable path of heart-opening. Loving bigger is a practice, not a prescription. It does not require us to be the same, but it does invite us to be unified. It does not require us to believe in god, but it does invite us to believe in humanity.
To know that our words have impact that ripples like throwing a rock into a pond -- that as we search our bodies for how
What if everyone did this? What if everyone reached out to their social network and said, "I'm doing this -- want to come
In this lifetime, I spent a long time looking for joy. I found that for me, choosing a good attitude and trying to affect positivity for those that I'm able to interact with is where I have joy. This is the joy that's available for free...it's love for other people.
Christians. There are some things we're good at. These things are ideas that most Christians agree on, at least in theory, and get right at least some of the time. For example, caring about those in need, working hard, and treating others as you want to be treated.
Here are three tips to develop a growth mindset no matter how far you venture in your goals.
It is natural and empowering to claim your space in the world, but if you are ready to do more and live a legacy-worthy life of impact, here are five steps that you can take today:
Let's keep saving and loving the world while we give ourselves the same gift. Let's strive to infuse joy into every detail possible. At times we'll feel like the world is just too crazy and we'll wonder if we can keep our sanity intact, but we can still rally and transform everything from the inside out.
President Obama should feature national service in his 2015 State of the Union Address, requesting in his final two budgets sufficient funding to put AmeriCorps back on the trajectory a bipartisan Congress authorized.