Our Moral Compass: It’s Ok To Be Unpopular Especially When It Is The Right Thing To Do

“The right way is not always the popular and easy way. Standing for what’s right when it is unpopular is a true test of moral character.” -Margaret Chase Smith Making decisions that are sometimes the least popular with others are some of the hardest decisions we ever have to make. Many, including myself, always want … Continue reading Our Moral Compass: It’s Ok To Be Unpopular Especially When It Is The Right Thing To Do

Our Moral Compass Podcast (Episode 204): How To Best Express Ourselves

Welcome to the Our Moral Compass Podcast. Each daily reading focuses on a different quote on how we can best apply it to our own moral compass and one of the five areas in Social Emotional Learning: Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, Relationship Skills and Responsible Decision Making. Thank you for listening and we hope you … Continue reading Our Moral Compass Podcast (Episode 204): How To Best Express Ourselves

Our Moral Compass: Would You Rather Be A Prisoner Of The Past Or A Pioneer Of The Future?

“Every time you are tempted to react in the same old way, ask if you want to be a prisoner of the past or a pioneer of the future.” -Deepak Chopra I like to think of us all as a work of art. Art that is never ever truly finished as we continuously strive to … Continue reading Our Moral Compass: Would You Rather Be A Prisoner Of The Past Or A Pioneer Of The Future?

Our Moral Compass Podcast (Episode 198): Leap of Faith

Welcome to the Our Moral Compass Podcast. Each daily reading focuses on a different quote on how we can best apply it to our own moral compass and one of the five areas in Social Emotional Learning: Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, Relationship Skills and Responsible Decision Making. Thank you for listening and we hope you … Continue reading Our Moral Compass Podcast (Episode 198): Leap of Faith

Our Moral Compass: How To Make Peace

“To make peace, one must be an uncompromising leader. To make peace, one must also embody compromise.” -Benazir Bhutto No matter what position you may have held or are currently holding, at one time or another you have been a leader of something. As a leader there has been or will be many decisions that … Continue reading Our Moral Compass: How To Make Peace

Our Moral Compass: We Live In Our Hopes, Not Our Fears

“We don’t live in our fears, we live in our hopes.” -Mike Tomlin Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin has been their coach since 2007. In his time so far he he has led them to two Super Bowls, winning one of them and has an NFL Coach of the Year award to boot. He … Continue reading Our Moral Compass: We Live In Our Hopes, Not Our Fears

Our Moral Compass Podcast (Episode 192): Be Determined

Welcome to the Our Moral Compass Podcast. Each daily reading focuses on a different quote on how we can best apply it to our own moral compass and one of the five areas in Social Emotional Learning: Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, Relationship Skills and Responsible Decision Making. Thank you for listening and we hope you … Continue reading Our Moral Compass Podcast (Episode 192): Be Determined

Our Moral Compass: The Art Of Leadership

“The art of leadership is saying no, not yet. It is very easy to say yes.” -Tony Blair For any leader, whether they are a veteran or just beginning their leadership journey one of the greatest challenges they face is learning to say no and hitting the pause button on something when everyone else is … Continue reading Our Moral Compass: The Art Of Leadership

Our Moral Compass Podcast (Episode 186): Be Willing To Be Misunderstood

Welcome to the Our Moral Compass Podcast. Each daily reading focuses on a different quote on how we can best apply it to our own moral compass and one of the five areas in Social Emotional Learning: Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, Relationship Skills and Responsible Decision Making. Thank you for listening and we hope you … Continue reading Our Moral Compass Podcast (Episode 186): Be Willing To Be Misunderstood