Who decides what’s okay to say? Kramer from Seinfeld, the little boy in The Emperor’s New Clothes, the court jesters in Shakespearean playsContinue reading “Acceptable Discourse”Read Post
One World (Trade)
Of all the forces, people and places we might perceive as limiting us (and maybe they are), let’s not be one of them.Read Post
What assumptions about silence will you reconsider?Read Post
Here’s Me, Now…
What feels strange and what doesn’t depends on what we are used to; so too with cultural differences.Read Post
Diversity of Thought
Is diversity of thought real diversity? Actually, I think it’s the essence of diversity. Let’s consider: ❓If two people in a room, ofContinue reading “Diversity of Thought”Read Post
A Critical Question
Social media can be a useful tool or a debilitating crutch. It’s really up to us.Read Post
And just like for an instance, all his life is just folding in on itself and it’s obvious to him that time isContinue reading “Coming Together”Read Post
To See Life As It Should Be
“Too much sanity may be madness. And maddest of all, to see life as it is, and not as it should be.” MiguelContinue reading “To See Life As It Should Be”Read Post
A Few Words on Biases
Implicit biases affect not just what we do and say, but also what we hear. Diverse in the City™️ Implicit or unconscious biasesContinue reading “A Few Words on Biases”Read Post
You Did What? I’m Done With You.
To boycott is to stop using a product or service, not because of dissatisfaction with the product or service itself, but as a means of punishment or protest. Boycotting sends a message that you will not tolerate the acts, words or practices of the entity you are boycotting.Read Post
Perspectives Exhibit Greatest Flexibility on Polarizing Topics
“It’s a 6. No, It’s a 9.” Survey Results. I recently shared a story about my son’s first experience with perspective and askedContinue reading “Perspectives Exhibit Greatest Flexibility on Polarizing Topics”Read Post
It’s a 6. No, It’s a 9.
When our son was just starting to learn his numbers, he had a really hard time with the number “6”. In fact, heContinue reading “It’s a 6. No, It’s a 9.”Read Post
How It Began . . .
Do you ever read or hear people’s opinions on something and wonder what they’re basing them on? I’m starting this blog because IContinue reading “How It Began . . .”Read Post