Pulse Check: Problems Into Possibilities

In our work as diversity, equity, and inclusion professionals we spend a lot of time talking about thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors.  Many times, we focus on the behaviors because they are the outward representative of our thoughts and beliefs. As such, we see companies putting in policies, practices, and procedures to legislate behaviors. The reality is thoughts and beliefs drive behaviors. What you believe is manifested in how you behave.  Have you ever wondered why is it that people who face the exact same challenges respond to those challenges differently? The answer can be found in how they view those challenges. Do they see them as insurmountable obstacles or do they see them as opportunities? The belief that challenges are problems that offer possibilities is a transformational way to exist in the world.

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  1. Larry Willis
    Larry Willis says:

    This is great information and I appreciate you taking the time to share it. However, if I may be so bold as to make a suggestion, please look at the camera as it will give your audience the “feel” that you are making eye contact with them and create a more intimate connection.


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