Today starts a new chapter in Kid President's Guide to Awesome. This new chapter is the suggestion for Day 37: If you want to be a world changer for people everywhere, be a day maker for the people right next to you. I've been considering this in so many avenues of my life. Running: As … Continue reading Guide to Awesome… Day 37
Today, Kid President's Guide to Awesome implores me to: make laughter your official language One of my favorite quotes: A day that has gone by without laughter is a day wasted. How can you bring more laughter to your life? How can you bring laughter to others? How could you lighten the load from yourself … Continue reading Guide to Awesome… Day 36
Kid President's Guide to Awesome suggests that we all do the following: Ask people if they remember being a kid. Take some time to think about when you were a kid. What was better then? What was worse then? Was it easier to relate then? Was it more innocent? How can you bring the innocence … Continue reading Guide to Awesome… Day 35
Kid President's Guide to Awesome says: Connect with people. Aside from the completely hysterical 1980's-ness of this commercial, it makes a good point. Funny, yet poignant, commercial. Who are you going to call today?
Kid President's Guide to Awesome suggests for number 33 the following: Leave notes complimenting people on how they park. I love the idea of surprising someone with a compliment of something that generally goes unnoticed. I recently taught a community yin yoga class. It was delightful and the room was full of positive energy. I … Continue reading Guide to Awesome… Day 33
Hello! In today's installment of Kid President's Guide to Awesome... Living it Blog: Day 32, KP suggests: Stand in someone else's shoes (metaphorically) A quick google search reflects that sympathy encompasses feelings of pity and sorrow for someone else's misfortune. The search immediately following that, reflects that empathy encompasses the ability to understand and share … Continue reading Guide to Awesome… Day 32
New Year... New Direction... Same AWESOME! Kid President suggests that asking questions would make the world more awesome. I agree. I agree if only for the fact that it would get people talking less and thinking more. I'm entirely including myself in this. Think of all we're missing when we're not asking questions. All the … Continue reading Guide to Awesome… Day 31