Making Connections by Meggin McIntosh, PhD
If I had to characterize one quality as the genius of female thought, culture, and action, it would be the connectivity. Robin Morgan
- Write notes.
- Use social media.
- Go to lunch
- Meet for coffee
- Make a phone call.
- Send a card.
- Give a hug.
- Take food.
- Put others in touch with one another.
- Recommend a book.
Just because these are short doesn’t mean they are to be dismissed. They are deceptively simple. You really can make an effort on one of these today – and see what positive connections occur. To stay with the theme of being productive, ask someone (via email, at lunch, on the phone, in a store) for a recommendation of a great productivity idea. People love to share their secrets on this topic. Believe me, I know this!!
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