“Nobody cares how much you know, until they know how much you care.” — Theodore Roosevelt
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The word care is derived from words meaning cry, lamentation, and grief, and today it generally refers to the serious attention and consideration we offer towards people, things, or activities.
When we lack the ability or willingness to care, we recklessly go through life without regard for the effect of our actions on the world around us. And yet, when we do sincerely care for the people, things, and activities we engage in, we become empowered with heightened attention, interest, and emotional investment, to help build up the world around us.
The question becomes, how do you demonstrate care for the people, things, and activities you invest in?
Jonas Cain is an author, magician, and facilitator of fascination, helping individuals, teams, and communities experience abiding joy by mindfully transitioning through change.
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Jonas Cain is an educator, facilitator, and coach, working to engage, empower, and encourage leaders and the people they serve to experience joy.