She had been a life resident of Washington County was a 1959 graduate of Pekin High School, a member of the Eastern Star and she loved quilting, sewing, roosters and her grandchildren.She was a member of the Pekin United Methodist Church and the Ladies Church Group.She was an employee of the Pekin Town Utility Department for 27 years and was a former employee of the old Pekin Eggs in Salem, the old Campbell’s Grocery and the old Newlon’s Store, both in Pekin.Survivors include:Husband: Russell L. DickersonDaughter: Jan (James) Stone of Pekin, Indiana;Son: Timothy Scott Dickerson of Pekin, Indiana;Brother: Tommy Campbell of Pekin, Indiana;Stepbrother: Gene Lewellen;Stepbrother: Don Lewellen;Stepbrother: Gary Lewellen;Stepsister: Janet Hurst;Stepsister: Carolyn Applegate.She is also survived by 5 grandchildren, and 4 great grandchildren.Grandsons: Jaden (Britney) Stone of Pekin and Joey Stone;Granddaughters: Jaime (Chad) Farabee of New Albany; Jenna (Timothy) Combs of Pekin; and Amy Jo Campbell of New Albany.She was preceded in death by:Brother Willard “Bill” Campbell and Brother Marvin Campbell,Twin Brother: Keith Campbell.Visitation: 3 to 8 pm Thursday and 9 to 11 am Friday at Dawalt Funeral Home.Funeral Service: 11:00 am Friday at Dawalt Funeral Home with Mark Zerkel & Rev. Jerry Goodwin officiating.Interment at Crown Hill Cemetery in Salem, Indiana.Memorial Contributions to:Pekin United Methodist Church244 South Shorts Corner RoadPekin, Indiana 47165 Karen Dickerson, age 77 of Pekin, Indiana passed away Monday, January 14, 2019 at 11:00 pm, in Baptist Health Floyd New Albany, Indiana.Born May 28, 1941 in New Albany, Indiana, she was the daughter of the late Willard Campbell and Thelma (Davis) Campbell.On November 6, 1959 she married Russell L. Dickerson, who survives.
In the last two decades, there have been thousands of studies released about the benefits of mindfulness. These benefits range from stress relief and mental well-being, to focus, creativity, and productivity. Here are some ways you can put mindfulness into action in your workplace.Mindful confidence is important at work because the metrics you use to evaluate your confidence directly affect the way you act and interact with others at work. One way to visualize this is through the mindfulness concept called “Circle of Concern/Circle of Control” (see image below). The Circle of Concern is filled with things that you cannot control, such as the weather and what people think of you. On the other hand, the Circle of Control is filled with things that you can control, such as how you respond to situations or the actions you take. Healthy and mindful confidence means shifting your confidence to rely less upon items found within the Circle of Concern and more upon those in the Circle of Control. If your sense of confidence is based on looking smart in meetings or how often you get promoted, your confidence will forever be subject to the ups and downs of life. For example, one year you get promoted, the next you get passed over. Or your perhaps your confidence spirals if you accidentally say something ‘stupid’ in a meeting.Imagine you are an early-in-career employee walking into a meeting. You are the most junior person there, and the least familiar with the technical concepts. However, you can still walk in with a sense of confidence because you know that you can always contribute with your curiosity, listening, or compassion. This way, your confidence is rooted in your internal qualities, which you can always control and choose to apply in any situation. Your self-worth is not based upon others perception of your skills or experience. As a result, you can openly contribute to any scenario.Mindful confidence is even more important for leaders and managers in an organization. When a manager is leading a meeting, it is easy to tell whether their confidence is based in survival instincts or in their values. A leader in “survival mode” will care most about “saying the right thing”, the approval of others, looking good, being liked, being “right”, being seen as smart or in control. Their confidence rises and falls by the judgments of others – particularly their superiors – and they are in a constant chase for things that are out of their control. Through mindfulness training, a leader can learn to notice when they fall into survival mode, and to remind themselves of their values – i.e. being of service to their goal, being the person who makes sure all voices are heard, being someone who approaches each problem with curiosity and an open mind. Moving confidence out from the Circle of Concern into the Circle of Control opens up a whole new way of being. When a leader roots themselves in their values, it no longer matters to them how they look or who is right – they free themselves from being judged by others and thereby take back control.“The chief task in life is simply this: to identify and separate matters so that I can say clearly to myself which are externals not under my control, and which have to do with the choices I actually control. Where then do I look for good and evil? Not to uncontrollable externals, but within myself to the choices that are my own…” – EpictetusIf you lead a team at work, pause and think about the values and aspirations you hold for your team. HR professionals can encourage and coach leaders, managers, and employees to be more mindful. Helping people to understand what activities and behaviors are in the circle of control and how to widen that circle to include more. Mindful confidence is a particularly useful skill to develop in new leaders and for early-in-career employees. Mindfulness in general is great to consider for individuals and teams under schedule pressure or in ambiguous situations. There is a lot of value to understanding – being mindful – of what’s in your circle of control.In your meetings today, can you find a place to realign the confidence of the team away from how they are being judged and towards the strengths they have developed through their hard work? Where is a place in your daily life that you can realign some of the foundations of your confidence away from the things you cannot control to the things you can?
It worked.Carroll scored 15 of his 22 points in the third quarter, hitting three 3-pointers and shooting 5 of 6 from the floor.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games opening“I just feel like a lot of guys look up to me and try to see what I’m going to do,” Carroll said. “So I just try to come out and do whatever I need to do to help this team win.”Trevor Booker had 16 points and 10 rebounds, Spencer Dinwidde added 19 points, and Caris Levert had 13 for the Nets. Jordan delivers on promise: 2 Cobra choppers now in PH Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim ‘A complete lie:’ Drilon refutes ‘blabbermouth’ Salo’s claims After 30 years, Johnlu Koa still doing ‘hard-to-make’ quality breads “It’s lack of execution,” Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle said. “It’s on me, I had the wrong in the game. I’ve got to get guys in there that can go and get the ball. In the second half they beat us to multiple loose balls.”Brooklyn struggled at the free-throw line, going 14 of 25 attempts.“It might be mental at this point,” Carroll said. “We can’t be a really good team missing free throws like that and I think we will, but we got to get in the gym, take it upon ourselves individually to knock down free throws.”Dallas was 17 of 21.Carlisle was frustrated during his postgame media availability and was disappointed that his team had to have a league-mandated day off on Thursday.“Just to prove that in the NBA no bad deed goes punished,” Carlisle said. “We play like this and our players get a day off. We’ve got a lot of thinking to do about how we want to finish this homestand.”The Nets won two of three games on their road trip, and had a strong showing in a loss to the Houston Rockets. For coach Kenny Atkinson it was a big step in the right direction after entering the trip with a 2-7 record on the road.“You hate to say there are big games in an NBA season because it’s so long, but we talked about getting two on this trip,” Atkinson said. “We knew it was going to be a tough trip. The fact that we got two and had a good fight in Houston, that’s real positive for us going forward.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Simmons has 31 points, 18 rebs as 76ers beat Wizards Malditas save PH from shutout Harrison Barnes had 17 points for Dallas, Maxi Kleber added a career-high 16, and Dwight Powell had 14.Carroll put the Nets ahead for good at 78-76 on a 3-pointer with 2:03 remaining in the third quarter.Brooklyn led by as much as nine points in the fourth quarter, taking a 106-97 advantage with 1:32 remaining on Joe Harris’ 3-pointer. Dallas responded with a 7-0 run, cutting it to 106-104, before the Nets finally iced it with a pair of rebounds in the final 10.5 seconds.Harris split a pair of free throws with 10.5 seconds remaining, but Brooklyn kept possession after the rebound went off a Mavericks player and out of bounds. Dinwiddie then missed a pair of free throws with 7.4 seconds left, but Booker grabbed a rebound, and Dinwiddie redeemed himself with a pair of free throws to complete the scoring with 5.2 seconds remaining.It was a missed opportunity for the Mavericks.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ LATEST STORIES The Fatted Calf and Ayutthaya: New restos worth the drive to Tagaytay Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MRT 7 on track for partial opening in 2021 View comments Brooklyn Nets forward Trevor Booker (35) attempts a shot over Dallas Mavericks’ Harrison Barnes (40), Wesley Matthews, both center, and Devin Harris, right, in the second half of an NBA basketball game, Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017, in Dallas . (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)DALLAS, Texas—Demarre Carroll wasn’t happy about the way the Brooklyn Nets started the third quarter in a 109-104 victory over the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday night.“We looked lackadaisical,” Carroll said. “Nobody was being aggressive, so I just decided to be aggressive.”ADVERTISEMENT
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30 Oct 1999: A general view of the cloudly sky and the packed stadium taken during the game between the Kansas State Wildcats and the Baylor Bears at Wagner Field in Manhattan, Kansas. The Wildcats defeated the Bears 48-7. Mandatory Credit: Elsa Hasch /AllsportThis year’s NFL Draft features a number of standout wide receivers, including Kansas State star Tyler Lockett. The Wildcat star caught 106 passes for 1,515 yards and 11 touchdowns this season, and is showing off some of the skills that led to that remarkable season during Senior Bowl practices this week. Northwestern State cornerback Imoan Claiborne got the worst of it during today’s practice. CBS Sports projects Lockett as a second or third rounder. He can certainly help himself with a big week in Mobile in front of the many scouts at this week’s Senior Bowl.[@JoeGoodberry]
West-Ham United boss Manuel Pellegrini joked that he expected Andy Carroll to score twice after sending the striker on as a second-half substitute.Pellegrini spoke about the forward after their win against Palace and equally spoke of his expectations for the team in their upcoming games.“Of course, we are happy that three different players scored,” the manager told the club’s website.“I had to make a change during the half-time because Lucas couldn’t continue playing, so I told Andy that it was his moment to score two goals, as it had been for Hernandez and Lucas, now it was time for Carroll!“Well, he didn’t score but he worked hard and we scored three goals as a team!”Report: England’s Rice gets death threats George Patchias – September 9, 2019 England International Declan Rice has received death threats.Rice a one time Ireland International, switched allegiances only this year. The West Ham United man played for…Now up to tenth in the table ahead of further games against teams in the bottom half in Fulham, Watford, Southampton, and Burnley to close out 2018, the manager wants his team to maintain its current momentum.“We started so badly with not one point from four games, so it was very difficult to recover after that bad a start, but I think we must continue.“If we win the next game maybe we will negate that bad start, but I said to the players that we must keep the winning mentality and try to go game by game.“Now we have to play against Fulham away, a team that is near the bottom of the table which is always difficult, so we must enjoy this game for today and tomorrow think about the next one.”
Print Friendly Version LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The University of Louisville athletics department finished fourth in the 2018 Fall NCAA Division I Team Works Helper Helper Community Service Challenge for its community outreach efforts.Louisville, which has ranked in the top five in service for five consecutive years, accumulated 3,503 service hours during the three-month competition which ran from September through November. All-girl cheer finished 13th overall in community service hours out of all Division I teams having completed 706 hours, averaging 14 hours per student-athletes. Lacrosse, softball & rowing also helped lead the way averaging 10 hours or more per student-athlete.NCAA Team Works, which coordinates community service efforts at NCAA championships, and Helper Helper, a volunteer management and tracking platform, launched the community service competition to recognize student-athletes who give back to their communities. Winning schools’ victories are decided based on the number of service hours completed and participation of student-athletes.This is the fifth annual NCAA Team Works Helper Helper Community Service Competition award, with all Divisions I, II and III participating schools combining for 173,820 hours of community service in 4,432 opportunities. NCAA Team Works is proud to honor student-athletes who are making a difference in their communities, contributing to their overall student-athlete experience, well-being and success while in college and after graduation.Louisville’s athletics teams partnered with 92 nonprofit organizations over the course of the semester including hosting events with St. Jude’s, Norton Children’s Hospital, American Heart Association and Metro Parks Adaptive and Inclusive Recreation.Individually, 112 Louisville student-athletes contributed at least 10 hours over the course of the semester.Louisville was one of two Atlantic Coast Conference schools in the top five, with Miami finishing third in the competition. The ACC finished as the top conference in service in Division I. Story Links