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this is funny -- sometimes I don't think of myself as a reflective person -- I want to get to the point of being able to reflect and adjust while in action - not after the fact.

Beth, I saw what you did with the America's Giving Challenge as being an example of reflecting and adjusting while in action. You seemed to learn on an ongoing basis what was and wasn't working and then made your adjustments accordingly. I know what you're saying though--sometimes it would be good if we could see what we're doing in the moment and reflect on whether or not we should change course right then.

Michele, thanks so much for sharing these important principles. I am a new blogger and a social work educator. One area of interest to me is preventing or mitigating compassion fatigue or Secondary Traumatic Stress Disorder, which is a major challenge in the profession of social work. Your work here has added to my knowledge base and inspired me on many different levels. Thank you!

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