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The Signs of Communication

With communication today, two extremities of communication exist: self-expression and speaking with discretion. Self-expression, or speaking openly on any topic without much censorship or use of etiquette, is common by most of the population. The second, opposite extreme, is speaking with discretion and saying very little in order to preserve one’s reputation. This is more typical of professionals and anyone of class, although it may not necessarily always the case. How are either of these improving the way we communicate? How are both of these skewing the line of civilized communication?

Self-Expression
The first extreme of communication is self-expression which has become an acceptable way to communicate today for most Americans. Unlike other countries, the United States does not have laws against hate speech. What a person says has no societal limitations in most settings. With this increase in self-expression, and decrease in societal parameters for civilized speech, the majority of the population feels they can say whatever they want—and for the most part they do. There is little thought put into what is said. Rather than considering how what is communicated might hurt or offend another, the priority is placed on voicing opinions without discretion, using uncivilized expressions, and being heard.

In the past, social standards influenced improper communication. In Roman and Greek cultures, speaking was seen as an art which had to be mastered before a person was given the right to speak on a topic. It could take years to master becoming an orator. The aspiring speaker had to first learn the art by studying the writings of philosophers, mastering grammar, and learning how to speak. In more modern times, within the United States, social standards set the acceptability of civilized speech and good etiquette. Even a minor comment could eliminate a person from social circles. Differences of opinion could certainly make for a worthy topic of discussion. However, being cordial was expected at a minimum for more vivacious discussions which could lead to arguments. It was possible for people to be accepted, although they might have differing opinions, and still be valued and respected with human dignity.

Within the last 50 years, there has been a shift to self-expression. The ability to say whatever is on a person’s mind is acceptable whether in person or online. There are hardly any limits to what a person may speak about. Open communication is seen as a way to provide transparency and the “honest story” of any person or situation. While this has many benefits, it crosses a line when dignity is stepped upon and boundaries are crossed. Consideration is necessary before speaking with regards to whom a person is talking to, if the topic is appropriate, and the choice of respectful words which are said for a pleasant conversation. Talking about anything can be very damaging. In fact, much of what people talk about has veered away from “ideas” and “intellectual topics”. Instead, what is more common is digressive speech such as gossip or speaking of topics which are inappropriate, very personal or sensitive in nature, or comments which might advertise the negative rather than focus on the positive. There is no preservation of the human dignity of a person. What needs to be said, is what is said, regardless of how it may hurt or offend the other person.

On social networks, a simple post can flare up into a war of replies within seconds. This trolling is often classified inaccurately as a “discussion” and “freedom of speech”. It would be better described as intolerance for a different view which triggers others chiming in to counter the post with an escalating degree of negativity and close-mindedness. These can occur even on simple posts that may not have any intent to attract opinions, but which result in a soapbox of negative, heated, responses. While self-expression allows for openness and problem solving, it can also open the door for adversity. Communication on digressive topics, and intentionally creating unnecessary conflict are examples of unhealthy communication. Speaking about anything without consideration of another person is rude and uncivilized.

The Power of Silence
The other extreme for communication is to choose to say very little or to remain silent. By speaking cautiously a person is more likely to preserve their good reputation. It also provides safety, by finding no partiality to any party or issue. The person remains politically correct by withholding an opinion. In many spiritual teachings, silence is perceived as golden. By remaining silent, a person can reflect wisdom. Remaining silent, a person does not reveal what they know or do not know. Likewise, by not speaking, there is less of a chance of speaking in an unintelligent manner, speaking offensively, or divulging information which should not be revealed. Remaining silent is also a way to absorb heated conflict, inappropriate speech, and to buy in time to respond with a more thoughtful response.

There is a time and a place to speak. George Washington said, “If the freedom of speech is taken away then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter”.  While we should speak out rather than remain silent on situations of injustice, on political views or ways that may affect our life, saying less, rather than more can be a way which contributes to civility. Voicing an opinion without consideration, can breed hate more than solve problems. This is where uncivilized speech occurs. In today’s culture, it is more likely that the freedom of speech is taken too far through the self-expression of uncivilized conversation. Self-expression can be the ignition of unnecessary conflict just to express an opinion. When freedom of speech is taken to this extreme, responding with silence can help swing the equilibrium of communication, bringing it back to more peaceful speech and civilized communication. Knowing when to speak and when not to speak is important.

Finding the Balance with Human Dignity and Respect
Some social and professional settings still have standards for communication, although uncivilized speech is more popular. Realizing that there is a place for self-expression while maintaining a standard for civilized communication is the challenge which we face today. Many do not recognize digressive communication. Being desensitized by the current standard, hardly anyone today questions inappropriate speech which is on the tongues of most and found in media and by leaders. If culture continues to accept digressive speech, it is a reflection on our country, acceptability for digression and lack of etiquette, and is an insult to the right to the Freedom of Speech which we have. The First Amendment was created for Americans to speak up for freedom and liberties for all. With an acceptability of hate speech and speaking on digressive topics, society is infected with negativity, hate, unacceptability, intolerance for differences, immaturity, a lack of professionalism, and lack of human dignity. It shows an inability to communicate and interact with others. For a country which prides itself on being a melting pot, this is not congruent. Although not everyone will get along, there needs to be a greater degree of respect for differences whether it is race, belief, lifestyle, ability, economic or any other characteristic. Valuing differences and human life needs a higher tolerance and acceptance. Inequality will always exist, but human dignity needs to be upheld. Since the primary problem of unacceptability stems from inappropriate speech, correcting communication that is off-balance can help set society upright to a culture with a civilized standard.


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COVID-19 and Sporting Kindness

Gyms started re-opening a month ago in some areas of the country. Is it working out?

Taking steps to ensure cleanliness of the facilities and following social distancing recommendations has been a top priority of local gyms in Dallas-Fort Worth after being closed since mid-March due to the Coronavirus. Gyms have geared up with pre-cautions in place. As members enter the gym each person’s temperature is taken with a digital thermometer. At some locations, sports bags are required to be disinfected by wiping them down before entering the gym. Workout areas are available while lockers, showers, and workout classes still remain closed. The workout areas have limitations enforced for social distancing. Equipment such as weight equipment and cardio machines are available with every other station taped off to ensure space between those working out. Members must wear gloves while working out which is strictly enforced. Although masks have not been required since re-opening, they are now required starting this week as part of the next stage of re-opening. As part of this new phase, the gyms can be filled to 50% of capacity and gym classes are being re-introduced. Posted signs throughout the gym remind members of COVID-19 prevention policies to wipe down equipment using disinfectant spray after each use, maintain social distancing, and to wear gloves.


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AgentPress Theme Demo|StudioPress – Themes|AgentPress Theme Demo|10/17/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1437776&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Parallax Theme Demo|StudioPress – Themes|Parallax Theme Demo|10/17/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1437726&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Agency Theme Demo|StudioPress – Themes|Agency Theme Demo|10/17/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1437725&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Foodie Theme Demo|StudioPress – Themes|Foodie Theme Demo|10/17/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1437724&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Elegance Theme Demo|StudioPress – Themes|Elegance Theme Demo|10/17/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1437723&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Mai Lifestyle Theme Demo|StudioPress – Themes|Mai Lifestyle Theme Demo|10/17/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1437722&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Essence Theme Demo|StudioPress – Themes|Essence Theme Demo|10/17/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1437721&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Authority Theme Demo|StudioPress – Themes|Authority Theme Demo|10/17/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1437720&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Revolution Theme Demo|StudioPress – Themes|Revolution Theme Demo|10/17/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1437719&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Breakthrough Theme Demo|StudioPress – Themes|Breakthrough Theme Demo|10/17/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1437715&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Magazine Theme Demo|StudioPress – Themes|Magazine Theme Demo|10/17/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1437712&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
|Academy Pro Demo|StudioPress – Themes|Academy Pro Demo|10/17/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1437706&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Genesis Framework Demo|StudioPress – Themes|Genesis Framework Demo|10/14/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1435149&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
WP Engine – Google C2 Announcement|Content|Increase your site’s performance on WP Engine with Google Cloud Platform’s newest infrastructure. |08/20/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1410676&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
|WP Engine – DevKit Blog Annoucement|WP Engine – Content|WP Engine Blog Post Announcement|06/12/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1379776&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
WP Engine – New Affiliate Offer|WP Engine – Offer|Get 3 months free when you sign up for WP Engine.|05/02/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1343154&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
Enterprise Performance|WP Engine – DXP|WP Engine – Enterprise Performance|04/01/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1212175&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
Actionable Intelligence|WP Engine – DXP|WP Engine – Actionable Intelligence|04/01/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1212176&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
Creative Agility|WP Engine – DXP|WP Engine – Creative Agility|04/01/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1212174&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
Ecosystem Integration|WP Engine – DXP|WP Engine – Ecosystem Integration|04/01/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1212179&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
WP Engine – Resource Center|WP Engine – Content|WP Engine – Resource Center|04/01/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1212181&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
WP Engine – Page Performance|WP Engine – Content|WP Engine – Page Performance|04/01/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=959644&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
WP Engine – 3 months free on annual plans!|WP Engine – Offer|WP Engine – 3 months free on annual plans!|04/01/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=917225&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
Revolution Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Revolution Pro Theme|02/20/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1324865&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Genesis Framework Features|Genesis|Why Genesis is the Foundation of Any Smart WordPress Design|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320450&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
AgentPress Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|AgentPress Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320637&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Daily Dish Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Daily Dish Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320640&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Parallax Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Parallax Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320641&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Digital Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Digital Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320643&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Atmosphere Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Atmosphere Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320651&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Infinity Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Infinity Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320654&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Generate Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Generate Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320655&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Design Palette Pro|Genesis|Design Palette Pro|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320656&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Aspire Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Aspire Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320657&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Gallery Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Gallery Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320658&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Ambiance Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Ambiance Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320659&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Brunch Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Brunch Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320661&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Enterprise Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Enterprise Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320662&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Cafe Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Cafe Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320663&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Outreach Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Outreach Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320664&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Executive Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Executive Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320665&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Lifestyle Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Lifestyle Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320676&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Modern Portfolio Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Modern Portfolio Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320677&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
News Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|News Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320678&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Glam Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Glam Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320679&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
eleven40 Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|eleven40 Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320680&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Education Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Education Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320681&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Pretty Chic Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Pretty Chic Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320682&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Smart Passive Income Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Smart Passive Income Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320692&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Minimum Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Minimum Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320693&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Sixteen Nine Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Sixteen Nine Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320694&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Modern Studio Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Modern Studio Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320695&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Expose Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Expose Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320696&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Centric Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Centric Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320697&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Wellness Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Wellness Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320698&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Beautiful Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Beautiful Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320700&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Maker Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Maker Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320703&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Hello! Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Hello! Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320729&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Simply Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Simply Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320730&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Showcase Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Showcase Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320733&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Studio Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Studio Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320734&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Cook’d Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Cook’d Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320735&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Divine Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Divine Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320736&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Streamline Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Streamline Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320737&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
No Sidebar Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|No Sidebar Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320738&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Agent Focused Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Agent Focused Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1320739&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Workstation Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Workstation Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1321093&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Pretty Creative Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Pretty Creative Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1321094&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Breakthrough Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Breakthrough Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1321096&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Market Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Market Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1321098&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Kickstart Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Kickstart Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1321099&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Boss Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Boss Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1321101&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Elegance Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Elegance Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1321103&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Slush Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Slush Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1321107&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Mai Law Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Mai Law Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1321108&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Milan Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Milan Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1321110&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Kreativ Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Kreativ Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1321111&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Outfitter Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Outfitter Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1321112&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Niche Pro Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Niche Pro Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1321114&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Jessica Theme|StudioPress – Themes|Jessica Theme|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1321115&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
StudioPress – Get Started|StudioPress|StudioPress – Get Started|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1321116&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
Genesis Guide for Absolute Beginners|StudioPress – Content|Genesis Guide for Absolute Beginners|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1321118&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||StudioPress
WP Engine – User Portal|WP Engine – Content|WP Engine – User Portal|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=959643&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
WP Engine – Staging Environment|WP Engine – Content|WP Engine – Staging Environment|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=959641&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
WP Engine – Migration Plugin |WP Engine – Content|WP Engine – Migration Plugin |02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=959642&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
WP Engine – AMP for WordPress Webinar|WP Engine – Content|WP Engine – AMP for WordPress Webinar|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=992195&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
WP Engine – PHP 7|WP Engine – Content|WP Engine – PHP 7|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=973580&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
WP Engine – Upgrade to PHP 7|WP Engine – Content|WP Engine – Upgrade to PHP 7|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=972982&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
WP Engine – Learn about Copy Site|WP Engine – Content|WP Engine – Learn about Copy Site|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=959640&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
WP Engine – Learn about Transferable Installs|WP Engine – Content|WP Engine – Learn about Transferable Installs|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=959639&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
WP Engine PHP 7 Compatibility Checker plugin|WP Engine – Content|WP Engine PHP 7 Compatibility Checker plugin|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=980939&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
WP Engine Milestone Announcement|WP Engine – Content|WP Engine Milestone Announcement|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1120915&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
WP Engine – The Four S’s|WP Engine – Content|WP Engine – The Four Ss Of Managed WordPress Hosting|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=734314&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
WP Engine – How Site Speed Affects Your Business|WP Engine – Content|WP Engine – How Site Speed Affects Your Business|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=878871&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
|WP Engine Speed Test – Blog post|WP Engine – Content|WP Engine Speed Test – Blog post|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=835517&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
WP Engine – Affiliate Program|WP Engine|WP Engine – Affiliate Program|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=784621&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
WP Engine – Password Security Article|Our Difference|Unmasked:What 10 million passwords reveal about the people who choose them|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=715459&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine
Share-a-Sale – What 10 million passwords reveal about the people who choose them|02/13/2019|https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=715459&u=2451872&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack=|0|||WP Engine

 


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SAY…WHAT!?! About Speech

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If you think Freedom of Speech means the freedom to say anything, think again. Defamation and other speech can be civil offenses. On the 4th of July we celebrate our country’s independence and the freedoms we have as Americans. The First Amendment protects the freedom of speech but how are many turning this into the liberty of hate speech? Learn more about defamation, slander, and effective communication. The content below shares valuable information on communication and the different between good speech and traps that we fall in with our tongue. View the infographic and read or listen to the podcast here!

Download the Infographic: How-To Communication with Etiquette SAY…WHAT!?!

What you says matters and speaking well of others is where winners are at. Join Clean Up Dallas with Culture and Kindness for the podcast: How To Phrase It and You Can Quote Me. This podcast talks about how what you say matters especially when Freedom of Speech is taken too far. Learn ways to improve your relationships and how you speak by listening to the podcasts this month and joining this month’s online book discussions. Reach for a higher standard when it comes to communication. Be Cultured. Be Kind.

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Sex Trafficking Lite

With an estimated 4.8 million victims of sex trafficking worldwide, the United States surpasses other countries with the number of consumers increasing each year. As an industry which is illegal and immoral, many victims are forced into slave labor for sexual services. For sex traffickers, it generates an easy and profitable income. Although sex trafficking is a very serious concern, using women sexually for gain is part of U.S. society already, even legally. If within U.S. culture sex is seen as an acceptable way to appease any discrepancy, particularly in the business world—then what is in question is, how many of these women willingly agree to provide services in situations where there is a mild degree of force or expectation?

It may seem to be advantageous to give into demanded sexual situations if there is a benefit associated with it. With a tight economy, there may seem to be no other option. At the demand of a 3rd party, a woman might be expected to perform in some sexual way for another person, who is probably known, in exchange for non-monetary payment. As long as all involved get some benefit, it is a win-win, and for the performer, an extra means for perks. In the business world, a threat for employment may be enough for an individual to stretch boundaries to concede to sexual expectations to retain a job or as a double benefit for themselves and another individual. It might be being expected to be sexually available to a manager to protect their reputation, or as a way to be hired. There is a fine line between prostitution for employment and these encounters which mirror the sex trafficking model on a lesser level. How willing an individual is plays a factor into being enlisted for sexual services. What may be initially thought of as a one-time-sexual-incident, might end up being a subscription to the individual with the expectation to repeat sexual acts. Set intervals then become the standard to renew the agreement over and over. While these may be forced by another, each individual has a responsibility to set their own boundaries, and even in the most desperate situations, still has the right to say “no” and find other avenues.

A common complaint among women is there is an expectation to fulfill sexual needs of men within professional and social settings. Minorities, who are not Caucasian, are often expected to be the ones who will be available. The stereotype is not far from being accurate that certain ethnicities of women do not think twice about being expected to fulfill high demands of sexual needs—for them it is seen as innate to their culture. While it may not have been as prevalent of an expectation with Caucasians, it is becoming more incorporated as an expectation as cultures mix socially and within the workplace. For minorities who are in financial situations, using sex even if for a non-monetary benefit can be seen as profitable. If a person is expected to perform anyway, then why not do it for a perk or benefit? While the individual may not be open to full porn services which they market themselves for, they may be open to giving into the requests of a 3rd party to perform services if it is seen as more classy and has benefits as a result. For the philanthropically inclined, being coerced into sex may just need a little rebranding. By shifting their perspective to see a requested sexual favor as for the benefit of another, it is seen as a more worthy approach to what is demanded. Therefore, although reluctancy might exist, the service is considered acceptable. In some cases, individuals can be coerced not by threat, but by concept. Rather than selling sex as a mandatory activity, the non-official sex trafficker paints the sexual request done for another as a volunteer activity and one which would require a generous spirit, of which the person is capable of. This good karma will result in connections with desired sex partners and other non-tangible benefits.

Similar to those who are used in the business world or other settings, are those of wealth. Females of affluent families may be expected to be available for sexual services because of their status or as a social expectation of politeness. This can occur in work or social settings. Although they may not be coerced by a trafficker, it may be strongly indicated by a 3rd party, such as a family member or friend, as necessary. In this case, the required interaction is seen as an allegiance to continue a bond between families socially as a “tipping of a hat” of sorts. Providing sexual acts may be also self-demanded because of their upbringing. These interactions while they may or may not be enjoyed, have a relatively low threat level. It would be inaccurate that this obligation would the considered as sex slavery. Although it may be demanded the expectation is still within the acceptable boundaries these women set for themselves and participate in willingly without saying “no”.

Within the family, children are also subject to sexual demands with older members of the family serving as low-level traffickers. Children from the time they start becoming sexually active, might be expected to perform sexual services for the benefit of another. As minors, some are too young to live outside of the home. As a sex nuance, the child might be enticed with a benefit or gift in exchange for a high expectation to strip, be fondled or have sex at the request of a family member to win them over for specific reasons. Children may not know how to report the situation if they even realize this is wrong. Others might be abused if they do not do what is expected. Minors, even as teenagers may not see any other option, as they are trapped living in the home.

Beyond these work and society expectations, traffickers exist who manage loose business operations offering sexual services on-call as a provider of “a resource-in-place”. These calls are set up through a 3rd party who manages women in different areas to be on-call to show up in case there is a need to offset any perceived inconveniences or flaw of a specific person present there. Services are called upon, to simply show up and be available, whether needed or not. These connoisseur services are managed by a 3rd party who pays the “on-call sex temp” a small amount of cash, to be available in case sex is needed, for the perceived safety or benefit of another. A woman wanting to earn extra money, might be called upon to go to a local establishment to be available to provide for sexual services if needed to offset the inconvenience of another present. In many cases, there may not even be a threat or expectation from anyone there. The “one being saved” may have nothing to do with the connoisseur agreement, and in fact be humiliated as the “sex savior” shows up to advertise the unnecessary need. The 3rd party pays the woman, who has a chance of being needed, and she is expected, if requested, to offer exposure, stripping, or sex, for any offense. In a sense, the coercion is placed on the business owner who is forced to welcome a person offering suggestive services at the expense of his business. Without questioning for more information, some managers may see it as a favor bestowed to them. The 3rd party uses it as an intent to build a relationship with the business and to provide a low-risk, quick cash opportunity for the resource.

The same occurs in the business world to offset any potential error made by an employee. A 3rd party hires a woman who is paid to be the backup refund policy with sexual services she offers. Third parties will advertise such services even prior to employment of a candidate. The 3rd party provides the opportunity for these sexual providers to be available and recruits them to advertise their services as part of the package of what a new-hire brings to a company. Several issues exist with this. The first is that the candidate has no part of the negotiation. Secondly, it is presenting the idea that an offset is needed, and even prior to starting a new job. Thirdly, it is selling the idea that this type of prostitution becomes the expectation for anyone’s employment and works as an advantage to sell the candidate. Sexual services become the expectation for any employer that does not receive 100% accuracy or 100% satisfaction. There is no room for human error, gives no credibility to the hiring team, and encourages a culture of sex in the workplace. It is an unprofessional employment accessory which is being marketed as the new standard.

The highest-level of coercion by traffickers to willful participants, is discrimination. This trafficking is unique in that it spreads discrimination of an individual for employment and within society if not available for sexual services. Instead of the sex trafficker managing the sexual service, they manage the prevention of an individual being hired for employment or shunned within society until the sexual activity they desire occurs. Meanwhile, they revere the sexually available as more worthy of existence in any setting. This oppression, besides shutting doors, can take many forms of verbal disgrace, shun, and public humiliation. Propaganda can be passed to employers to shun a new-hire throughout entire teams and to customers, disregarding all HR policies and ending new jobs within a couple of days or even just a few hours. Traffickers select key individuals who will spread sexual hate comments, within the workplace, to earn a few extra dollars, at the expense of an employee present to be humiliated. Greater propaganda influences the views throughout cities in all places to publicly humiliate and mock. The thought process is by persisting with this, forcing their demands, the person with other standards will eventually concede. It can continue for years, if not decades, as sex trafficking members involved become so determined on forcing a situation with the intent of seeing conformity to their demands.

In the end, boundaries are important to have for any female. Parents need to teach children boundaries at an early age and what is appropriate sexually and what is not. The word “no” is important for all ages. Each female must determine what is acceptable and what isn’t, and to what extent she can sacrifice her life to it. Ultimately, sexual permission is in the hands of the individual, and anything else should be able to be walked away from, or if taken against her will then the individual(s) involved should be incriminated.

Written for Our Bread Foundation, Inc., June 2020


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The Abs of Culture: The ABC’s of Culture and Business

Here are ways to strengthen culture at its core.

A — Acceptance.

Unless you are working at home, chances are you are working with other people. People are all different and while you might get along with most, there are people who just don’t fit the mold set by others. It is easy for bullying to occur or to push these people out of “the circle” of acceptance from the majority. The reason may be diversity, creed, age, sexuality, intellect or any other difference – either they are the “new kid on the block” to the group or they have “been there for too long”. Whatever it may be, if you are committed to working together, you’ll have to find a way to make allowances and that means finding empathy in understanding differences and focusing on common ground.

B —Building Up.

What kind of work environment can survive with negativity and tearing down? Everyone likes to be told they did a good job and be appreciated. It is easy to get so focused on projects that the simplest phrases of appreciation and compliments might never be said.  Make a point to tell those you work with “Thank you!” or “I appreciate that you did that!” or “It really made a difference!” more often. Look them in the eye when you express a compliment. Be sincere. Send a word of thanks by email that is really meant. These can go a long way in building morale in the work environment.

C — Consideration of Others.

In today’s culture of “me-ism” the importance of self naturally spills over into the workplace. Instead of being considerate of others on the team, it is easy to only focus on how any task or expectation might impact you. Instead of seeing how something might inconvenience you, see how you can make someone else’s job easier. Maybe it is preparing a little more thoroughly for a meeting in advance. Perhaps it is completing your work earlier than expected for the next stage in the process. Instead of being project related, maybe it means dressing nicely for work, practicing good hygiene, smiling and having a positive spirit, or always appreciating others rather than finding what you don’t like about them.

Sitting up to improving culture in the workplace?

When you practice kindness in the workplace, the culture at work changes over time to one with a solid core group of people. Increased productivity. More pleasant interactions. Happier overall job satisfaction. Less turnover.

Spring Into Kindness—At work.

—Clean Up Dallas with Culture and Kindness

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Kindness at Work: Extending Beyond the Work Cube

Deadlines to meet and schedules to adhere to— there can be little time to know fellow co-workers other than a quick “hello”. You might know a few basic facts, like Ralph goes home and like to watch the NFL game and have his buddies over occasionally. Or that Susan is trying to get her kid into the band next year to play tuba rather than piccolo. Or Katie has a reoccurring allergy which is causing all sorts of phone calls to get the carpet washed, drapes vacuumed, and her prized possession, her Sheep Dog, scheduled for his weekly hair dressing appointment. Most of this you overhear as you hide behind your cube wall, keeping busy with the projects you have to do. But when was the last time you made time to find out the reason your co-worker is so frazzled after coming in to work late? Or near tears because the deadline is approaching and despite all the hard work, it is not going all as planned after all. Taking time to observe personal issues, within reason, and reacting to them adds warmth and humanity to what can become a cold office of strangers.

Add to refilling the coffee in your cup with a couple of minutes of conversation with a nearby co-worker. Ask how he or she is doing—it might just make a difference at the next conference meeting when you’re battling over decisions for the vendor for the next project. Speaking of wrestling, maybe it’s time to call it a tie with some of the little office nuances that irk people like leaving the coffee filter in the coffee pot overnight, or coming in late with the editorial, or not leaving time to check everything before someone calls the shots that the project is in overtime already.

Office environments which welcome a pace that allows for a little bit of time for personal interactions, helps alleviate tensions which can easily become part of the workplace. By extending a few more compliments, offering words of empathy, and being more thoughtful and considerate, the office work environment transforms, springing back with a refreshed team spirit. Laugh if you want. Some of that is good too!

Kindness at work.

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Spring Into Kindness: International Reach

As a country that has access to the best resources, it is easy to take for granted being able to purchase almost anything we need or want at any time. With rows of brands of the same type of item in supermarkets, we have a wide selection to choose from, and within a reasonable price range—granted, not when under national emergency crisis, but even still there are options. With the convenience of having a gas station or major retail store within a few miles, if not on every corner, shopping is a natural part of everyday life. We don’t think much of spending or spending spontaneously to buy items when we are so inclined. In fact, most of what is purchased is what entices us rather than what we need to get by. Waving the flag of consumerism based on capitalism, not every country is as fortunate. Many people in the United States do not consider how stretching a little by chiseling micro-luxuries from everyday expenditures can substantially make a difference in the life of another. Donating to help another person’s life in an impoverished country which does not have these options, let alone the resources available, can bring relief.

There are plenty of organizations which have the specific mission to assist those in other countries. Supplying food is probably one of the top philanthropical missions of international non-profits, but other organizations help assist with housing, building, and other missionary efforts. One of the best ways to get first-hand experience with how others in the world live is to join a group traveling to another country with a mission to lend-a-hand. Many organizations such as Peace Corp, UNICEF, World Vision, Love the Children, and others service other countries in the world. Churches organize mission trips which you can be part of to travel overseas and help within 3rd world communities. Take the risk and have your eyes opened with a fresh view of all we have and the ease we have to obtain what we need. Pulling away from everyday life here in the United States which we are accustomed to and experiencing places which may not have food, water, electricity, or clothing resources as we have, will create an awareness to the daily life of others in the world with their attitudes and outlook. It also generates a new set of eyes for those who are lacking resources in our very own communities with a new understanding of survival and what assistance can be provided.

Global efforts around the world are just as diversified as the people they serve. There are organizations for the environment, social change, children, special needs, women, business leaders, and other world-wide revolutionary efforts.


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As you put your action plan together to spring into kindness this Spring, consider ways you can donate, volunteer remotely, and ways you can travel abroad to help. Giving a few dollars a month to fund world-wide charity organizations can make a significant difference in providing a daily meal for someone. What could be more interesting than using your talents abroad helping in person! If you haven’t had the chance to travel abroad with a non-profit to help others, consider researching options and plan an adventure this year to spread your kindness across the globe. Make a difference. Reach and spring this Spring, with kindness.


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Tips for Preparing for a Good Presentation

Whether you are the team lead on a project standing up in front of a group for the first time, or the CEO giving a presentation at a conference with thousands of attendees, it helps to be prepared. Polishing your shoes as well as your words and delivery, all help in making a lasting impression on your audience.

Here are some tips to polish up your presentation. The first step is to create an outline. This will help organize your ideas as you brainstorm what you want to talk about. Consider what questions your audience is hoping to find answers from in what you are speaking about and research valuable information to provide to them. The most important aspect of any presentation is the content which is provided. Some ideas include:

  • Using relevant stories is a great way to share information
  • Add humor
  • Plan for the audience to interact as part of the presentation
  • Be sensitive to avoid using words or content which might offend your audience
  • Use language which the audience understands
  • Provide new information and “take-aways”
  • Be simple and clear
    Relax and have fun!


Having a visual aid such as a slide presentation to show on a larger screen will help listeners stay focused and serve as a guide for yourself as you speak. Design a slide presentation using your creativity. Add in interesting images, video clips, web links, and animation. Provide a printed copy of the outline for the audience to use during the presentation and to take with them. This added visual element will keep the audience engaged as you speak and help them pay attention to what you have to say. Practice your delivery.

As a presenter, you have the front of the audience as your stage. You might choose to stay in one place or you might choose to walk around the room. Realize that body language, using your hands to gesture, using tonal variation of your voice, using the proper volume, and being animated and alive will drive enthusiasm to those you are delivering your speech to. Ask the audience questions to engage them in your topic. Be open to questions and decide ahead of time if you wish to extend an invitation for questions to be asked during your talk or if they should held until the end. Be sure to practice your speech in advance. It will help you anticipate for what you might be leaving out. Your presentation will be more polished as you become more familiar with it with practice. If you can get access to the room you will be speaking in, see if you can practice there. Put together a checklist of items you may need taken care of before your presentation such as a key to the room, having all of the equipment set up and materials printed, knowledge of how to work a slide projector, a glass of water, and a planned schedule to arrive early. Not having to worry about these on the day of your presentation will help you be more relaxed and ready to speak!

If you find you would like to become a better speaker and refine your communication and presentation skills for 2020, there are local chapters of Toastmasters which can help with talking in front of others. You also can video tape yourself and take notes on what you need to work on. Look your best, come prepared, and don’t worry if you make a mistake! Your audience will appreciate that you’ve given them useful information. Having a polished and prepared presentation will show that you are professional and trusted source for information.


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