Tuesday, April 13, 2021 (Day 103)
Meditation Music: Breathe in Me: Liquid Mind (7:25) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqG-FpvJ4tQ
Question: Imagine you had to show a young child what fun was all about. What would you say and do to show them?
Answer: I would explain to a young child that fun is something that you do that fills you up with joy inside. The great thing about fun is that YOU get to decide what’s fun for you. It could be playing with toys, reading a book, spending time with family, or anything else you decide is fun. And the great thing is that fun can be any number of things! My idea of fun is spending time with my daughters, playing golf or tennis, and reading books. I’ve always believed in the philosophy that you have to be the model for your children (and for young people in general), so whenever possible, I tried to engage my daughters in activities that they saw as fun – for my oldest, it was always something to do with clothes and fashion, with my youngest, it was photography. And both are engaged in those activities in some capacities today. So whatever you decide to do, make sure to share your “fun” activities with those you love – you never know what might come from it.
I’m going to use this post to share an article that my good friend Alicia Sepulveda wrote about coaching in higher education. She and I have been working together for over 2 years, whether its writing articles, doing presentations, or just pushing each other to do more. She is a great friend and I look forward to watching her grow. Here’s her article:
- Coaching is Not Academic Advising – https://evolllution.com/programming/personal-development/coaching-is-not-academic-advising/
To learn more about Alicia, check out her Make College Yours web site at: https://www.makecollegeyours.com/