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skip to content tom bohan blog scroll down to content posts posted on february 23, 2017february 23, 2017february 23 every year most february’s i remember this was the month my father passed away it draws my mind to remember what i can about him and about that time in my family, so i am writing down a few salient memories so that i don’t forget my father passed away exactly 60 years ago on the 23rd of this month. he was born on february 4, 1904, and was the 10th of fourteen children. for all the time that i knew him, he always had two jobs. a full-time job he worked during the day at the mta where he was a mechanic and a laborer in the evenings he had a part-time job as a janitor at dewey and almy chemical company. we didn’t own a car, so he walked to and from both jobs. i remember my father’s hands, the skin on the front of both hands was tough, thick hard solid calluses. as a young boy, i was amazed by them. dad is the sixth guy from the right, wearing the hat and smiling he went into the first job very early in the morning before we got up for school and i remember my mother would get up with him to cook his breakfast and make him lunch. later in the day when he came in from working, i can remember that he would lay down on the bed to rest while my mother made him a cup of tea and a bite to eat before going out to the second job. i’m not sure, but i think he only had about an hour at home between jobs he would get his tea in a cup and saucer. he would tip the cup up to spill some of the hot tea into the saucer to let it cool, and then he would drink it out of the saucer. i think he saw his father do it that way period. the eight of us lived in a two-bedroom apartment at 137 dudley street cambridge at that time. my oldest sister ann was just sixteen when dad died, my brother jim was fifteen, i was ten, and my three younger sisters, mary, betty, and patsi would have been seven, six and five years old. my mother had not worked outside of the house in years and did not have a driver’s license at the time. it was a long time ago, so my memory is, of course, foggy of exactly how i felt at that point, but i do remember it was surreal. for the longest time i remember not believing that he died, i told myself that it was all a terrible mistake and i half expected to see him when i  came home from school one day he would be there, and my mother would be getting his dinner and a cup of tea for him. i don’t think i could absorb the fact that he had died. i see a few people here in the community where i live now that still have one or both of their parents with them and i tell them how lucky i think they are. i know there are challenges with aging parents sometimes very significant problems, but what i wouldn’t give to be able to talk to my father and my mother now. i have so many questions that i would be a big pest. posted on may 7, 2016may 7, 2016how to practice mindfulness throughout your work day – mindful you probably know the feeling all too well: you arrive at the office with a clear plan for the day and then, in what feels like just a moment, you find yourself on your way back home. nine or 10 hours have passed but you’ve accomplished only a few of your priorities. and, most likely, you can’t even remember exactly what you did all day. if this sounds familiar, don’t worry. you’re not alone. research shows that people spend almost 47% of their waking hours thinking about something other than what they’re doing. in other words, many of us operate on autopilot. add to this that we have entered what many people are calling the “attention economy.” in the attention economy, the ability to maintain focus and concentration is every bit as important as technical or management skills. and because leaders need to absorb and synthesize a growing flood of information in order to make good decisions, they’re hit particularly hard by this emerging trend. the good news is you can train your brain to focus better by incorporating mindfulness exercises throughout your day. based on our experience with thousands of leaders in over 250 organizations, here are some guidelines for becoming a more focused and mindful leader. curated from how to practice mindfulness throughout your work day – mindful posted on april 13, 2016how to beat creative blocks – mindful it’s monday afternoon and maybe that second cup of coffee isn’t getting your brain geared quite the way you expected it to (although maybe another three will be okay, according to a harvard neuroscientist.) when you’ve hit a wall at work, this video from new york magazine’s science of us suggests it’s time to go into tinker-mode. research on creative problem solving shows people don’t spend enough time in this phase. the solution? keep at it. people come up with better solutions the longer they spend working on them. tinkering is key—the brain has “leaky filters,” as science columnist sharon begley writes. when we give ourselves the time, disparate items can sift together to form new combinations: the essence of creativity. when you’ve hit a wall at work, this video from new york magazine’s science of us suggests it’s time to go into tinker-mode. research on creative problem solving shows people don’t spend enough time in this phase. the solution? keep at it. people come up with better solutions the longer they spend working on them. curated from how to beat creative blocks – mindful posted on march 7, 201615 mantras that will give you strength (when you need it most) it has been said that the highest form of prayer is giving thanks.  instead of praying for different circumstances, give thanks for what you have.  (you’ll see why.) “i finally learned a big lesson.  i now know i can be beaten and broken.  i’m not as tough and crafty as i thought.  i see clearly now what was blind to me just yesterday morning.  at this point, it’s the only good thing that came out of all of this.  but in a way, it’s all i need.  i know myself better today than i did yesterday, and know what i have to do.” curated from 15 mantras that will give you strength (when you need it most) posted on january 25, 2016january 25, 2016climate change: a faceless villain – mindful if only global warming were caused by isis declaring a “weather war” on the west, perhaps by gleefully releasing 18 tons of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere every day and gloating when droughts, deluges, heat waves, killer storms, wildfires, or floods ensued. that might incite more people to get upset about it. in fact, global warming is increasing the frequency and severity of all those events, as well as raising sea levels. but it comes from something quite different from an evil-looking terrorist. the sources—such as power plants, vehicles, farms, and factories—are impersonal and invisible, and close to home—the way we use energy, not the machinations of a foreigner. faced with a threat with these attributes, the brain reacts with an unimpressed meh: our minds evolved to detect and respond to threats that have certain features, and global warming has none of them. in terms of getting people to care about global warming enough to demand a government response or to take personal action, “you couldn’t design a problem that’s a worse fit for our psychology,” andrew leiserowitz, director of the yale project on climate change communications, told me. countless polls have documented the lack of concern about global warming and the resulting climate change, which threatens to exact an enormous financial and human toll. the yale project’s 2015 survey, for instance, found that about 16% of us adults are die-hard climate deniers, rejecting the scientific research that has documented how the rise in greenhouse gases from human activities (primarily burning coal, oil, and natural gas) is trapping heat in the planet’s atmosphere and altering earth’s climate. while another 63% believe (correctly) that global warming is happening, only 48% believe (also correctly) that it is due to human activities. just 41% know that the vast majority of climatologists have reached that conclusion. this has been widely and repeatedly reported in the media, so when people say they do not “believe” these facts, or don’t care about them, it suggests something in their psychology is at fault. curated from climate change: a faceless villain – mindful posted on december 24, 2015december 24, 2015do you really know keyword research, an in depth look do you know your keywords posted on december 24, 2015a comprehensive look at keyword research i am a fan of keyword research and this article will help you offer up better, more meaningful content to your subscribers. things like go where your learners are or finding out what questions they have posted on april 10, 2015april 10, 2015social article marketing from luis galarza posted on september 11, 2014september 11, 2014google doc tutorial this is an excellent short video on google doc editing posted on september 9, 2014january 2, 2015net neutrality from democracy now time to study net neutrality post by democracy now! posts navigation page 1 page 2 next page search for: search recent posts february 23 every year how to practice mindfulness throughout your work day – mindful how to beat creative blocks – mindful 15 mantras that will give you strength (when you need it most) climate change: a faceless villain – mindful recent commentsarchives february 2017 may 2016 april 2016 march 2016 january 2016 december 2015 april 2015 september 2014 july 2014 june 2014 march 2014 january 2014 categories journal links meta log in entries rss comments rss wordpress.org proudly powered by wordpress


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