Kerry Wekelo, COO, Actualize Consulting
As we spend time in isolation, we may feel a deeper need for connection. Although we may not physically be near our loved ones, they are only a phone call, Zoom, or Skype away. I challenge you to use this time to draw closer to those you don’t know as well. It can just be through conversation or perhaps you’d like to make it a project. For example, before my grandmother passed away, I interviewed her and created a book of her life. This is now one of my most treasured possessions and I am encouraging my kids to do the same for their grandparents.
If you don’t feel comfortable reaching out to those you don’t know as well, you can even start with your immediate family. At dinner with my kids, we are using my Zendoway cubes along with conversation starter cards to engage more. The silver lining throughout this period of isolation is the extra time to focus on what matters.
Who can you get to know better? Share ideas on how to connect below.
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