It’s the final Monday in November. Ever since I was kid, I always questioned my elders. I would always do as I was told, but I’d question in my mind the words and actions of adults. As a teen, when I was in a group of my peers, I never followed the crowd. In college, I studied human communication which further developed my ability to think critically.
A good leader knows that their are times to lead and follow. They know that they must always do what is best for the whole versus the few. The most effective leaders and followers think critically before they speak and make decisions or actions that effect the whole. Today’s quote addresses what has and could happen in society when we don’t think critically.
Published by Stephanie Marie
Stephanie Marie began practicing mindfulness, meditation, and yoga in 2013. Nine months into her practice, she found her voice and launch her Mindfulness blog, Illuminated Voice. She is a group facilitator, yoga teacher, empowerment coach, and founder of HeartSpace Circle. In her free time, she enjoys taking art classes, listening to music, exploring the city, and spending quality time with loved ones. Stephanie holds a B.A. in Human Communication from Arizona State University and studied improv, acting, filmmaking, and anything related to her passion, human connection. As a blogger Stephanie writes about the importance of vulnerability, listening to your inner voice, honoring yourself, and speaking your truth.
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