We’ve all heard it:
“In the event of an emergency a mask will drop from overhead. Please place your mask on first before assisting anyone else.”
While it’s ostensibly about procedures for safety on a flight, the reality is that it has a potentially deeper and more profound meaning—taking care of yourself to be able to take care of others.
In early April, I had the pleasure and privilege of being a part of a panel at the PRSA Counselors to Higher Education conference in...