To recognise that people are not their behaviours or actions and to offer compassion, especially to those overwhelmed and stressed in a state of survival.
To respect our own limits and the healthy boundaries required to do what we do.
To praise ourselves for trying and to learn from our efforts instead of dwelling on and critiquing our failures or missed opportunities.
To do our best to offer an outstretched supporting hand to as many people as we can.
To share our knowledge with as many people as we can and to make it as easily accessible as possible.
To not be everyone’s cup of tea but to be just right for the people who want and need our help.
To speak up and be honest, even when it’s not something you want to hear.
To do things differently. To bring different fields together. To experiment with new ideas. To play and get excited and inject childlike enthusiasm into what we do.