by: Nancy K. Eberhardt
I once entered a public restroom and chose the “accessible” door. Upon exiting the stall, I was surprised by a young woman in a wheelchair waiting. She politely stopped my gush of apologies and said, “I am entitled to use this stall, but I am not entitled to go first”.
I think of this often these days when I notice the clear distinction between those who act as if there can only be a few winners and those who operate with a lens of abundance.
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Nancy K. Eberhardt
A seasoned professional who’s walked the walk.Read More »