Is Christmas a Soft Skill?

Over the past few decades,  soft skills seemed to skid over  cliffs, where they remain less visible, and far cheaper than more-in- demanded hard skills.

Is Christmas a Soft Skill?

What if Christmas is a soft skill, though? Would that diminish or cheapen its value?

Christmas stokes belief. It takes skill to see God as divinity, and humans as created.

Is belief a soft skill?

Christmas inspires giving. It takes skill to profit others and delight in a giver’s blessings.

Is generosity a soft skill?

Christmas stokes magic and wonder  into tiny lights and rhythmic bells.

Is wonder at Christmas  a soft skill?

What do you think?

Could Christmas  open new opportunities to  meld soft and hard skills into smart skills?  Could it help us use and value both sides of the brain for a more prosperous year?

See post: Reflect Change with Smart Skills

Over the past few decades soft skills have skidded over the cliff, so they are less visible, paid for or demanded than more favored hard skills.

What if Christmas is a soft skill, though? Would its value diminish or cheapen?

Christmas stokes belief. It takes skill to see Divinity as real and humans as created.

Is belief a soft skill?

Christmas inspires giving. It takes skill to profit others and accept a giver’s blessings.

Is generosity a soft skill?

Christmas stokes magic and wonder into tiny lights and rhythmic bells.

Is magic within Christmas lights and bells a soft skill?

Could Christmas open new opportunities to meld soft and hard skills into smart skills? Could it help us use and value both sides of the brain for a more prosperous year?

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Is Christmas a Soft Skill?

Over the past few decades,  soft skills seemed to skid over  cliffs, where they remain less visible, and far cheaper than more-in- demanded hard skills.

Is Christmas a Soft Skill?

What if Christmas is a soft skill, though? Would that diminish or cheapen its value?

Christmas stokes belief. It takes skill to see God as divinity, and humans as created.

Is belief a soft skill?

Christmas inspires giving. It takes skill to profit others and delight in a giver’s blessings.

Is generosity a soft skill?

Christmas stokes magic and wonder  into tiny lights and rhythmic bells.

Is wonder at Christmas  a soft skill?

What do you think?

Could Christmas  open new opportunities to  meld soft and hard skills into smart skills?  Could it help us use and value both sides of the brain for a more prosperous year?

See post: Reflect Change with Smart Skills

Over the past few decades soft skills have skidded over the cliff, so they are less visible, paid for or demanded than more favored hard skills.

What if Christmas is a soft skill, though? Would its value diminish or cheapen?

Christmas stokes belief. It takes skill to see Divinity as real and humans as created.

Is belief a soft skill?

Christmas inspires giving. It takes skill to profit others and accept a giver’s blessings.

Is generosity a soft skill?

Christmas stokes magic and wonder into tiny lights and rhythmic bells.

Is magic within Christmas lights and bells a soft skill?

Could Christmas open new opportunities to meld soft and hard skills into smart skills? Could it help us use and value both sides of the brain for a more prosperous year?

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