Monthly Archive: December 2010

Dec 31

Even Facebook Needs OH Communication

First, let me explain that OH Communication is Open Hearted Communication–it means communicating our truth.  More on that a future blog post. The lead article in the business section of today’s New York Times is about twin brothers suing Facebook.  The twins say that Mark Zukerberg stole their idea to start Facebook and they received …

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Dec 29

3 Ways to Speak Up in a Meeting

Yesterday’s Management Tip of the Day from the Harvard Business Review provides tips for healthy, productive ways to speak up in a meeting.  The tips are especially useful for those of us who might have a hard time speaking up or are not sure how to start your interjection. Here are the starting phrases: 1. …

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Dec 28

The Choices of J.K. Rowling

“It is our choices that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.” ~ Joanne Kathleen Rowling Sorry this is not a simple rule to follow.  To know the right choice, it’s important to listen to your heart. P.S. I read this saying on a wonderful site called “Interlude.”  Rather than raucous news …

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Dec 25

The Precious Gift That Love Brings

from Kermit the Frog… “I don’t know if you believe in Santa or if you have presents underneath your Christmas tree But if you believe Love, that will be more than enough For you to come and celebrate with me For I have held the precious gift that Love brings Even though I never saw …

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Dec 22


“…dignity is more important to the human spirit than wealth.” This is a quote from Jacqueline Novogratz.  She went to Africa wanting to make a difference and realized she needed to listen first – open her heart and really hear.  See her on TED or purchase her book “The Blue Sweater” from Amazon. Tell us …

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Dec 17

More on the meaning of Open Hearted Works!

connected hearts

Being Open Hearted means approaching everything in life with an open heart. Having and Open Heart ensures that our heart cannot be broken because, like the tree that bends in the fierce wind, an open heart allows everything to flow – through, around, and inside.  An Open Heart knows that the only true source of …

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Dec 14

Bumper Sticker

“Wag more.  Bark less.” On a car in the parking lot at Whole Foods

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