Tue, 19 May 2015
What it Means to Care
Introducing Clyde Wray
Sometimes we get so wrapped up in our daily lives and future plans that we don’t take the time to stop and truly experience the moment. Really, the ability to take in the moment is synonymous with taking the time to care. Clyde Wray is a man who takes the time to feel the moment and truly care. Clyde is an actor, director, poet, playwright, and author, who knows the true value of caring.
Originally from New York, Clyde eventually settled in Saint John, New Brunswick where he now works in the arts. The need to care doesn’t just extend to those who work in the creative industries, teachers, healthcare workers, and clergy; it is also essential in business. When you don’t care, it extends into everything you do in your business. Your employees and customers will get the feeling you don’t care enough, and they might mimic your attitude.
Too often, entrepreneurs spend their time hyper focused on the future that they forget those daily moments. This is just another form of avoiding a caring attitude that can result in dashing those future plans anyway. In today’s episode, Clyde teaches us what caring truly means and how it can help you and others in your daily life.
In this episode
Links and References
For more of Clyde's great voice, check out this promo for a Hemmings House children's pilot, "Monkeytown"