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The Sandwich Man

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May 26, 2016
The Sandwich Man

The Sandwich Man

Allan Law first came across hunger and homelessness as a middle school teacher in the inner city schools of Minneapolis, Minnesota. In his retirement, Law has spent every day of the last 12 years on the streets of Minneapolis, leaving his small condominium filled with freezers at 8pm and returning around noon the next day. He distributes 6 – 700 sandwiches a day, along with other essentials, sleeping a scant 2 hours in his delivery vehicle while fielding emergency calls from people who need his help. Last year, he delivered 520,000 sandwiches.
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Outsmart Your Next Angry Outburst

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Outsmart Your Next Angry Outburst

When we understand the needs that motivate our own and others behavior, we have no enemies.

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Outsmart Your Next Angry Outburst

“Robert and Howard had always gotten along well. They’d worked on several projects together and considered each other friends. So when Robert discovered that Howard held a strategy meeting and hadn’t included him, he felt betrayed. He immediately shot off a text to Howard: I can’t believe you didn’t include me in that meeting!” Howard, who has his own narrative around Robert’s previous actions responds with a terse text of his own. And things go downhill from there. Starting with this alll too familiar example, Peter Bregman explores what it takes to communicate skillfully when emotions are involved. He offers four useful questions that can serve us well in such times. { read more }

Be The Change

The next time you find yourself upset with another person, take a few moments to sit with the questions in the article. For more inspiration read this excerpt by Jill Bolte Taylor, from her book, My Stroke of Insight. { more }

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