“We need quiet time to examine our lives openly and honestly. Spending quiet time alone gives your mind an opportunity to renew itself and create order.” ~ Susan Taylor
This past weekend I attended a Toastmasters conference at which there was a good mix of generations, though the largest representation consisted of Baby Boomers. In multiple conversations, I explored the intersection between being authentic, honest and open, and communicating. After all, it was a gathering of Toastmasters so the topic was relevant.
With lead-in variations, I would remark that in a world where success is defined by money, and happiness is just a weight-loss plan away, many of us have lost sight of our most valuable asset: our true selves. Then I’d ask many with whom I spoke, “What, in your view, constitutes being in good faith?” “And how can we, as fairly well-developed messengers, communicate with even more authenticity?
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