Get moving...


Yesterday was the 75thanniversary of D Day, the invasion of Normandie Beach in France that led to the beginning of the end of World II. Presidents and service men attended ceremonies that commemorated this historic event; those of us who couldn’t be there were treated to hours of  newscasts and old movies about those current and long-ago events, about how the soldiers on the beaches overcame great odds and overran the enemy to keep the invasion alive. While not nearly as life-threatening as being in battle, there are lots of situations in life that make people nervous because they’re unable to move forward or back: those fears are overcome by action. Leaders in all walks of life know the importance of keeping others focused, providing them with clear and unambiguous goals, inspiring them to take personal responsibility, and standing with them throughout their ordeals. It takes listening, communicating, resolving, coaching, coaxing, inspiring and empathizing to help people move and overcome their challenges and fears. Be responsible for helping  people act today

Henry C. Link (1889 – 1952): American psychologist, author and religionist