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Craig DeLarge
Communications Strategist, New Media Intrapreneur, Design Manager, WiseWorking Coach, Mini Cooper fan, NAMI Member, Strategy Storyist
Communications Strategist, New Media Intrapreneur, Design Manager, WiseWorking Coach, Mini Cooper fan, NAMI Member, Strategy Storyist

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The collagenous net (connective tissue) is to animals what cellulose is to plants—the scaffolding around which everything else is built, hung, or inserted. The major difference is that plant cellulose maximizes stability over movement, whereas collagen (connective tissue) favors mobility—with the price being a more dynamic stability. Our stability requires near-constant maintenance.

- Thomas Myers

From "Meditations from the Mat" by Gates 

...every role in an organization must:

1. Generate revenue or savings of time, money, or relationships.

2. Reduce/control costs.

3. Improve effectiveness or efficiency of processes or relationships.

If we do not know and cannot talk about our value in these, or other, terms, we are in trouble in today’s organizations.

From "The WiseWorking Handbook" by DeLarge

As you: 1) rethink from interviews to conversations, 2) learn to relax, and 3) improve your understanding and articulation of your situational value, you will see improvements in your employability, contribution, and general satisfaction with your work, and your life as a byproduct.

From "The WiseWorking Handbook" by DeLarge

You may not be what you think you are, but what you think, you are.

Jim Clark

From "Meditations from the Mat" by Gates 

men and women with high levels of #shame #resilience share these four elements:

They understand shame and recognize what messages and expectations trigger shame for them.

They practice critical #awareness by reality-checking the messages and expectations that tell us that being imperfect means being inadequate.

They reach out and share their stories with people they trust.

They speak shame—they use the word shame, they talk about how they’re feeling, and they ask for what they need.

From "The Gifts of #Imperfection"by Brown 

Here’s what I found: Men and women who live Wholeheartedly do indeed DIG Deep. They just do it in a different way. When they’re exhausted and overwhelmed, they get Deliberate in their thoughts and behaviors through prayer, meditation, or simply setting their intentions; Inspired to make new and different choices; Going. They take action.

From "The Gifts of Imperfection" by Brown 

Many of you know that I am a podcast enthusiast and so I thought to sharing some #digitalhealth #podcasts I have been discovering lately which might be of interest to you.

1. Digital Health Today:
2. Digital Health Intelligence 4 Innovators by DigitalHealth.London:
3. Medicine Today on Digital Health by Tjasa Zajc:
4. RED HOT HEALTHCARE by Steve Ambrose:


Too many of us believe our value is in a job, title, or organization, when in fact, our value is more in our education, experience, skills, networks, and knowledge. That value, when matched to a need that organizations and groups of customers have, creates what I refer to as the sweet spot.

From "The WiseWorking Handbook" by DeLarge

Amidst the unspeakable sorrows and injustices of the material world, we find the endless brilliance of the spirit. Our connection to our own soul serves as a reminder to those around us, clearing the way for them to reconnect to spirit themselves.

From "Meditations from the Mat" by Gates 

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