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What are your rocks, and How will you prioritize them today?

Anita Harris Hering ·
by Jenny Rea, Ph.D. Have you ever heard of the rocks, gravel, and sand metaphor? I learned about this parable from Dr. Tai Mendenhall ( check out his full bio here ) in a recently published webinar entitled, “ The Realities of Resilience in the Face of Burnout .” I, then, had the opportunity to converse with Tai on a more personal level through a podcast interview for our Family Transitions team at OneOp. Tai reflected upon this metaphor once again - connecting it to burnout among helping...
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Re: What are your rocks, and How will you prioritize them today?

Karl Bradley ·
Huge thanks for this post Jenny! What a great story and reminder!
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Re: What are your rocks, and How will you prioritize them today?

Latonya Ramsey ·
Thanks...will be sharing!
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Re: What are your rocks, and How will you prioritize them today?

Jennifer Rea, Ph.D. ·
So happy to share this! I definitely needed the reminder for myself as well!
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Re: What are your rocks, and How will you prioritize them today?

Jennifer Rea, Ph.D. ·
Yay, thanks so much for passing this along! I will also be sharing within my own networks. Take care 🙂
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