Ben introduced me to this new term. I’ll let you know more after I read the books I ordered, but for now…
From Wikipedia: “Servant leadership is a philosophy and practice of leadership, coined and defined by Robert Greenleaf and supported by many leadership and management writers such as James Autry, Ken Blanchard, Stephen Covey, Peter Block, Peter Senge, Max DePree, Larry Spears, Margaret Wheatley, James C. Hunter, Kent Keith, Ken Jennings, Don Frick and others. Servant-leaders achieve results for their organizations by giving priority attention to the needs of their colleagues and those they serve. Servant-leaders are often seen as humble stewards of their organization’s resources (human, financial and physical).”
I’ve learned that as a mother I feel guilty being happy sometimes. Today I’m happy that my kids are out working instead of being snug in their beds till late in the day.
I have learned that PowerPoint transitions only show up visually (and numbered) if you are in Custom Animation mode.
Tonight I am catching up on 29 entries to get this blog back to current. What happened here??? I have no excuses. It would be much easier to just keep up! I know I have learned this at least two other times in this half year. Will this be the lesson that sticks? We’ll see!
I have learned that I really enjoy seeing husband so happy to be part of his little girls’ life. I worry when little girl gets to that age when she will reject him. She’s already rejecting me – won’t hold hands with me in front of her peers, and won’t kiss me goodnight (just a hug now)
You can leave rice out for hours without refrigerating it. This is news to me, courtesy of Priti.
I’ve learned why people set aside a special place for yoga. Doing it in my family room means my mind always wonders over to my book shelf and I mentally go over what books are there that I still have not read. Or, I go over the books I should donate to the library. Or, I look at the dust that needs wiping, or the pillow that needs fluffing…you get the picture.