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Trials: What to Do? 

What do you do when life throws you under the bus? Do you get angry and get even? Do you run away? Do you lose your control of your emotions? 660 more words

The Power of Responding, instead of..

… Reacting.

“Responding” vs. “Reacting”. I want to differentiate between the two. What triggered this post was an article I read on NPR titled “ 384 more words

Beginner Yoga

Simulated terror attack at Esplanade for exercise heartbeat 2016

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: The Singapore Police Force (SPF) and the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) conducted a simulated terror attack on Friday (Sep 2) morning at the Esplanade, as part of the annual “Exercise Heartbeat”.  92 more words

Current Affairs

Responding Versus Reacting

Within the realm of interpersonal communication and psychology an important distinction is often made between reacting and responding. Being in reaction allows only the most primitive part of our brains to be activated and therefore when we react, we are driven purely by emotion. 614 more words

Responding: John Oliver on Journalism

Earlier this week on John Oliver’s Last Week Tonight, Oliver addressed the dying nature of journalism. Specifically, he addressed the need for the public to recognize and pay for the hard work journalists are doing to preserve our nation’s integrity. 1,367 more words

Broadcast Journalism

What Are We Doing? Reacting/Responding

I want to help the industry I am part of with several items I see a lot of in the IT industry. This series is entitled: 450 more words

Bob Brumm

Beyond Socratic Seminars and Essential Questions: The Importance of Student Generated Questions – NVWP Summer ISI – Day 14

Welcome to the Northern Virginia Writing Project’s 2016 Invitational Summer Institute! I’ll be blogging the demonstration lessons and the various activities occurring during our four-week duration. 701 more words

Writing