"The ultimate measure of a person is not where they stand in moments of comfort and convenience, but where they stand in times of challenge and controversy." - Dr. Martin Luther King
"Tribe" If you're reading this, it's likely that you're someone who we've been working with throughout these times of challenge and controversy. For that, we are forever grateful for you, and your dedication to yourself and your community. At Climb, we're constantly evaluating and reflecting on our focus and our vision. When reflecting we consistently come back to the conversation topic, that we're so grateful for our "tribe."
What's our definition of a tribe? A tribe is a group of individuals, coming together as one, that simply share a common interest and have a way to communicate.
It's quite possible that currently, your hours today look very different than one month prior. Your hours may include time to think, create, explore and connect. At Climb, we are doing just that. We are thinking about those we appreciate. We are creating new programs. We are exploring the world around us. We are connecting with those we care about. We have found that connecting more frequently with those in our lives is fueling for us as individuals. Luckily, in our generation, we're blessed to have so many ways to access each other, making it easier to connect and communicate. Our goal is to share that connection with you. We want to encourage you to reach out to members of your individual tribes as well, and spread love from your heart to theirs. Through these forms of communication, we simply hope to keep everyone together, strengthen bonds, keep everyone informed and motivated during these unique times. More than ever, our world needs patience, thoughtfulness and routine. We find that the discipline of a routine helps fuel our human need to be productive. As challenging of a time as this is, we truly believe that you can find opportunities for growth within the storm. Find a journal! We'd like to encourage you all to find a journal, or a notepad (something you can write in frequently), and answer the questions below. Throughout the week revisit these questions and see how your answers change. Answer other questions in this journal too. Use it as a tool to reflect and release.
This week's reflection:
How could you improve on your focus, or discipline currently in your routine?
If you improved upon your routine, how could that help you grow as an individual?
What are 5 things you are grateful for?
Who is someone that you can help this week?
Science tells us that it takes 66 days of effort to create a new habit. What new habits could you add to your routine, to continue to grow?