Need help spreading messages of kindness in 2022?

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If so, Time for Kindness is now open for the new year. I can work with you to achieve your vision of kindness by communicating more effectively and motivating people to take actions. Communication is regularly cited as needing improvement, but there are always things you can do to make it better. As I often say to clients, you have …

What if… we speak up about believing in kindness

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Throughout 2021 I have featured lots of wonderful guest writers for the ‘What If’ kindness series. I decided that the final one of the year should come from me! In January this year, I did two things that proved to be significant: I wrote a LinkedIn article and opened it with the words ‘This year I am focussing on amplifying …

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5 tips for writing an effective shopping list

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Towards the end of the calendar year I have to get serious about using a shopping list. Several important people in my life have birthdays in November and December. And then of course we’re into the festive shopping period… I’m rather a traditionalist when it comes to Christmas shopping. I may pick up a small thing or two in October, …

What if everyone feels welcome, supported and celebrated

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I am delighted to share with you this month’s guest blog from web designer and global inclusion specialist, Danbee Shin. I heard her speak at a conference last month about the ways she welcomes her clients into her business with kindness. In this blog she shares her simple tips for making everyone feel welcome, supported and celebrated. No one’s ideal …

Connect globally through kindness

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One of the reasons I set up Time for Kindness was to inspire people. I want to inspire those of us that believe in kindness already. And I want to inspire people who would like to believe in it but are unsure or embarrassed. Because sometimes being kind is portrayed as weak. Or carrying out a kind act is mocked …