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Perspective Is the Most Important Skill You Can Develop

5 ways to re-fill your glass and practice self-care

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I used to diagram an accident scene for my public speaking students when we discussed perspective. It was an eye-opener for most of them.

I drew an intersection and one car colliding into another at the stoplight. Then I strategically placed several witnesses…

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The articles and comments in Rebecca Writes relate to living in this crazy world. Articles about being a parent and grandparent to traveling to relationships to education to health and wellness to being a decent human being — and beyond.

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Rebecca Kojetin

Rebecca Kojetin

Writer, speaker, musician, and multi-faceted creative — wife, mother, grandmother struggling to be the best I can be.

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