The communication skill here is to focus on the reaction you are receiving rather than the response you think you should be getting, and then assess your own behavior.
Research shows that we women tend to do lots of work that is invisible, whether it's taking minutes, organizing side-projects, mentoring people behind the scenes, or catering offices events. Although this work may be important it doesn't impact the bottom line. These are things a woman gets neither credit for, nor visibility. So ask yourself if you are focusing your work on activities that a helper would do, or actions taken by a high value contributor or contender.
1. Slow down 2. Pay attention 3. Look around 4. Pause 5. Look within 6. Breathe deeply 7. Appreciate 8. Move consciously
You can learn more about yourself (and others) without extra effort beyond reflecting or meditating on conversations and
Can we -- should we -- accept the chilling reality that, even with school-wide crisis drills, metal detectors, and other safety measures, a shooter somewhere in our own community is inevitable? Or are there other measures that, short of ensuring safety, can be helpful?
Jimmy Kimmel has previously pointed out that "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" have a penchant for using the word "amazing
When we stop "should-ing" on ourselves, we're less motivated by guilt, fear, and shame and can choose to be inspired by authentic desire, commitment, and freedom.
It is disturbing that many women service members believe that they are in more danger of experiencing sexual assault from their male comrades in arms than they are of being felled by enemy fire.