Generous listening is the ability to truly understand another person by listening with your mind and body.
No relationship is more important than the relationship you have with yourself.
The people I admire most are kind and generous and do what they can to make others feel truly seen.
The paradox of social distancing is that most people have grown closer to their work colleagues, families and neighbours.
Show up for yourself first, and then you will be in a strong position to show up for others.
Mental strength is built through small, daily victories. It’s the individual choices we make daily that build our “mental strength” muscles.
True wealth is not about money.
The generosity of spirit is far more important than giving money.
I am not against gifts. I simply prefer something that has meaning or memories, instead of stuff.
DAD: The things that make life great can’t be bought. Money can only help extend your options.
DAD: People who treat you well and always have your best interests at heart.
Roy “Doc” Halladay was an incredible and generous human being. He also happened to be a phenomenal baseball superstar.
Neither. Motivate people by sharing context about the work they are doing. People are motivated when their work has relevance.
Thinking is valueless, unless it leads to doing.
If you have a safe place to sleep, reasonable health and food in the fridge, you probably have enough.
Learning to budget, spend mindfully, and find a balance between seizing the day and saving for the future
Unfortunately, for people who are alone, out of work or sick, the holidays are also the “most difficult time of the year”.
Living a simpler, uncluttered life means a life that is not filled with constant busyness, worry and stress, but instead contemplation, creation and connection.