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It is always best to lead, than be led. Do it! Choose Safety, Find Clarity, Create Order! Host, Ria Windcaller, is an international consultant in conflict management, CEO and Founder of responsetrainings.com, non-fiction author, Aikido Sensei, and EMT. She is taking chaos head-on to find out what works when leading chaos to safety, sanity, and order. Ria is sharing tips from her crisis intervention curriculum and is interviewing authors, business and community leaders and the unknown heroes ...
 
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The goal of this episode is to affirm our ability to “cultivate inspiration”, by looking at what inspires us and what inspire others. This episode #69 and the lesson plan are dedicated to Jeppe de Lange. The word “Inspiration” has its roots in the Latin word inspiratus – meaning to Breathe into – to inspire. What can we do to help us breathe into a…
 
Certainty and Uncertainty are the yin and yang of life’s journey. For the most part we navigate though the unknown door of uncertainty without much fretting, because we humans are the masters of problem solving. Yes, we are! Go ahead give yourself a pat on the back! For goodness sakes, you found this podcast on leading chaos - and I know for certai…
 
The New York State of Mind.."Start spreading the News...I want to be a part of it - New York, New York!" Yes, Start spreading the news, before there's chaos, get in step with your sense of purpose and professionalism. Be a part of it like ~ New York, New York Who doesn't feel a bounce in their step when you start hearing that song. Such songs do th…
 
Anniversaries suck. I'd take a "Happy Birthday" over a "Best Wishes for Your Anniversary" any day. At least with birthday's you get asked, "What are you looking forward to this year?" Unless you have those witty friends who love to tease you about another year older and deeper in debt jokes. Most importantly with birthdays you know what you are cel…
 
We all recall a pivotal moment in life that shines so bright we can not look away. Well that moment happened to me one snowy night while watching the 1966 animated cartoon by based upon Dr Seuss’ How the Grinch Who Stole Christmas. Sure, perhaps like you, I had watched that half hour show before, throughout my childhood, but that just goes to show …
 
I find strength in flowers. Where madmen carried guns, the people of Paris carry flowers. I find strength in candles. Where bullets pierced innocents, the people of Paris light candles. The news story shows a young boy of perhaps 4 years of age, with his father kneeling beside him. They were being interviewed by a reporter for French television sho…
 
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