Empathy in 5 Minutes by Jackie Acho | Jan 12, 2019 | #EmpathyDeficitDisorder, feminism, Feminist revolution, Uncategorized, Work Family Balance | 4 comments Thanks to WKYC’s Live On Lakeside, Hollie Strano, and Alexa Lee for a terrific, succinct television interview summarizing the book. Check it out here! #KeepingItSimple Jackie Acho + posts Jackie Acho https://jackieacho.com/author/admin/ Bringing Home and Work Together Grows Empathy Jackie Acho https://jackieacho.com/author/admin/ Empathy is the Thing Parents Want - and Need - Most Jackie Acho https://jackieacho.com/author/admin/ Gates Foundation Cuts Parental Leave in Half. Why? 6-Month-Olds Want to Know Jackie Acho https://jackieacho.com/author/admin/ We Need a Post Lean-In Manifesto 4 Comments Barbara Streeter on January 12, 2019 at 2:27 pm Jackie – Congratulations for getting on WKYC. You spoke well! Barbara ________________________________ Reply jackieacho on January 12, 2019 at 2:28 pm Thank you Barbara. It means so much to me to hear that from you! Reply Frank W. Leska MACTM on July 11, 2019 at 11:20 pm Jackie, Loved the book. Empathetically written, Intelligent, perfectly organized, well written (i.e. simplistic in nature and easily understood yet complex in its reach (social, work, home/parenting). Balanced (i.e. respectful to the men, women and children by proving reasons and not blame or insight to create defensiveness in the regards to the comparison between the current hierarchical, competitive, pyramid business model and the co-creative, empathetic and intraprenureal model participants). Great examples. Easily relatable. I am glad you did not omit the fact that we all have an individual responsibility to make the changes within ourselves. I loved the fact that you made the differentiation between cognitive empathy and affective empathy. We have to embrace and engage in the empathetic experiences to become emotionally mature adults who know how to love, appreciate and co-create. The strongest emotion is connection. I truly believe in the power of empathy, and now I have much more to share about it’s positive reach. Congratulations !!! P.S. I am the short grey haired man who had the pleasure of meeting you at Loganberry’s book signing. Sincerely, Frank (216) 513 5723 Reply Jackie Acho on October 3, 2019 at 10:25 am Dear Frank – I didn’t see this comment until today! I switched my web platform and am not quite used to how everything works yet. Apologies for not responding sooner. What a gift to find your thoughtful commentary here on the blog. Thank you for reminding me how we met. You have appreciated many of the things I tried to do with this book. I can’t thank you enough. Best, Jackie Reply Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.