“One should never criticize his own work except in a fresh and hopeful mood.”
– Charles Horton Cooley, American sociologist
Ten after 1 pm: nearly time for my self-esteem session to begin. I had recounted the handouts, cued up the music for my guided meditation and even found time to sit in quiet contemplation. This session would be similar to the one I had conducted a year prior for the same organization. Response to that session had been great so I was looking forward to another fun gathering.
The organizers had told me to expect 12, perhaps 16 people. Just to be safe, I had printed 20 handouts. I decided to forgo the use of overheads (having never learned to use PowerPoint). Instead, I would make my session a 45-minute mini-workshop. I had chosen three...
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