Hey Howl Pack

It’s Mae Polzine! I started this blog back in 2015 to be a place where I could be creative and share things that I love. So, I post a variety of things. I stream a variety of things (gaming, body paint, art, etc.) on Twitch multiple times a week, with stream highlights and all VODs posted on my YouTube Channel.

Lastly, join our Discord to chat with other pack members. We have a great and supportive community over there. I love talking with everyone in Discord as it’s a great way to connect. Also, I offer Twitch emotes, sub badges, and moreover on my shop page as well as my own merch.

Learning Empathy Through Nature: Elephants

So after writing “Learning Leadership Through Nature: The Wolf Pack”, I really enjoyed writing about that topic and wanted to explore other things we could learn through natures. Thus was born the idea for this series. I’m going to talking about various skills we can learn from various animals. For today’s article, we’re going to focusing on learning empathy from elephants. There’s no animal I can remotely think of that is as empathic as the elephant. We’ll also be returning to the elephant later on in this series are there are multiple skills we can learn from them as they are one of the most intelligent animals on the planet. Plus they are very social leading them to act empathetically towards other members of the herd.

Learning Leadership Through Nature: The Wolf Pack

One thing I’ve been trying to get better at in my personal life is leadership. So I thought I would try to learn a page of leadership through nature. My all time favorite animal are wolves. I find their complex so interesting, and this idea came through a post I saw on Facebook. There was a photo that went around about a wolf pack walking through Wood Buffalo National Park. Apparently this photo has been around since 2011, and the post has been around since 2015. But it’s still something really interesting that we can all learn something from it for leadership.


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