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Tribune writers Brad Biggs and Rich Campbell recap the Bears' 27-24 overtime win over the Ravens on Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017. (Colleen Kane/Chicago Tribune)

Tribune writers Brad Biggs and Rich Campbell recap the Bears' 27-24 overtime win over the Ravens on Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017. (Colleen Kane/Chicago Tribune)

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All game, Trubisky was handing off, it seemed. That was the game plan, and it was working, but it was boring. At the time, you wondered if trying to win a game that way was counterproductive to Trubisky’s growth.

Because, face it, the point of Sunday’s game — heck, every game the rest of the way — is Trubisky’s progress. That’s the Bears’ season. That’s the only reason to watch. The only thing to care about. He’s the future, or he’s another death spiral in a franchise that has mastered them from ownership on down.

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There are a lot of different cleansing techniques out there, and finding the one that’s right for you can sometimes feel overwhelming. If you really just want to give your body a break, hit the reset button on your digestive system, and do a short detox without a lot of fuss, this is the cleanse for you. The process is simple, straightforward, easy to follow, and it’s only three days long—making it a very manageable undertaking for most people. If this will be your first experience with cleansing, you’ve chosen a perfect place to start.

This cleanse can be undertaken at any time of year, but it will be especially beneficial at the junctions between seasons—when our bodies are ripe with a sense of transition already. However, even a very simple cleanse like this one is not appropriate during menstruation, for pregnant or breastfeeding women, or for anyone who is extremely weak or debilitated at the moment.

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The practice of cleansing is considered a vital part of an Ayurvedic lifestyle. It provides an important means of clearing accumulated waste and toxicity from the mind and the tissues, encouraging optimal health. These days, a periodic cleansing regimen is more vital to our health than ever before. Our bodies are being asked to process a seemingly endless barrage of harmful inputs such as environmental toxins, processed foods, unresolved emotions, and psychological stress. Over time, these stressors can cause toxicity to build up in the system, deposit in the tissues, and compromise our health. A periodic cleanse helps to clear these accumulations from the body.

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To empower each team member, it is a great strategy to work with their strengths rather than working around their weaknesses. It is a good idea to have each member take a personality test such as the Myers-Briggs, and hold a team roundtable to share results. This is a great bonding exercise because the results allow each person to get to know themselves and their team members in a much deeper way. It also gives team members information about who to go to and for what based upon each person’s individual strengths. When teams are connected in this way, each member is set up for success because they are each assigned tasks that play to their respective strengths.

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Cohesive teams are more successful. They are successful because each person on the team is included in as many large decisions as possible. When team members feel this type of inclusion, they feel the perceived significance of their role, causing them to naturally perform better. To be the most effective, teamsshould to participate in daily huddles where each member discusses their goals and objectives for day. This helps to avoid duplication of effort and competition betweenteam members. These huddles keep everyone on the same playbook and enables team members to re-direct their efforts as needed.

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For teams to grow they must be encouraged to brainstorm and question the status quo in an open and non-judgmental environment. Team members must be coached and led to believe the challenges and obstacles they face can and will be overcome. When a “can-do” attitude is instilled it motivates team members to live up to those “can-do” expectations. It is also important to ask team members for their thoughts, their reasoning and ideas on a regular basis. The more connected and understood they feel to their manager or leader, the more motivated they will be to perform, impress, be creativeand to exceed expectations.

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Most requests and promises are held sacred within a team, but considered optional between other company units or customers. Taking a request from a customer seriously and demonstrating that the team is working to do what they say they are going to do, goes a long way towards building trust and blurring boundaries. The question every customer and every business unit asks of another is, can I count on you? Will you be there when I need you? Do you care about this as much as we do? When team members and customers feel they can depend upon you and your team to deliver what they expect, business grows, relationships grow as does revenue.

Exhibitions

The Fairfield University Art Museum presents four to six temporary exhibitions annually in the Bellarmine Hall Galleries and the Walsh Gallery. These exhibitions survey a wide swath of centuries and cultures, from the ancient world to modern and contemporary, and are accompanied by an array of educational programming for all audiences.

Mizusashi: Japanese Water Jars from the Carol and Jeffrey Horvitz Collection

Bellarmine Hall Galleries

June 5, 2018 - December 14, 2018

A is a utensil used in the Japanese tea ceremony, a tradition with medieval origins that is still widely practiced today. In a tea gathering, a host prepares bowls of tea by whisking together powdered green tea and hot water drawn from a kettle. The , typically an earthenware or stoneware jar, holds the water used to replenish the kettle and rinse the bowls. The first utensil to enter the room and the last to leave, the is a locational and aesthetic anchor for the gathering and can take a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and appearances. This selection of 20th- and 21st-century highlights two important trends-the perpetuation of longstanding tea traditions alongside the artistry and technical excellence that define modern Japanese ceramics.

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# UN LOAD: Guns in the Hands of Artists

Walsh Gallery

June 1 - October 13, 2018

The Fairfield University Art Museum, in partnership with # UN LOAD and the Guns In The Hands of Artists Foundation , is proud to announce the opening of the exhibition, # UN LOAD . Each piece in the exhibition was created using decommissioned guns, taken off the streets of New Orleans via a gun buyback program and distributed to internationally-known artists. Painters, glass artists, sculptors, photographers, poets, and other artists used the decommissioned firearms to create works of art that address the complex issue of guns and gun violence. The exhibition originated in mid-1990s New Orleans, where a spiking murder rate led artist Brian Borrello to conceive of the first iteration of exhibition by bringing the discussion over the role of guns and gun violence in our society into the realm of art -- art as the language for dialogue and possibly change without the often partisan and polarized politics that surround the issue. Borrello and gallery owner Jonathan Ferrara mounted this exhibition at Positive Space The Gallery in September 1996 in the Lower Garden District of New Orleans. In 2014, Ferrara reorganized the exhibition to feature work by internationally recognized artists. Through their own medium, each artist has used the decommissioned firearms to create works that express a thought, make a statement, open a discussion, and stimulate thinking about guns in our culture.

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