To access sustained progress in areas of life that matter, turn to micro practice — a conscious approach to change for modern, busy lives.
Many workplaces are not spaces where the need for vulnerability is understood and skillful dialogue is modeled and supported.
Life’s moments are worth planning...and asking for.
My daily work in these months has been to listen to the whispers of my future calling--and the result is that the exact nature of how I work with clients and the scope of my work is finding form in new and exciting ways.
All I want for the mothers this Mother’s Day is universal paid maternity leave. I think six months guaranteed would be reasonable. (Also, “responsible” and “profitable”.)
Good people manage their needs all the time to look like they're playing by the rules.
As a culture, we’re due for some healing around time, don’t you think?
What I'm about to say may contradict solid career advice you've likely received before, so read closely, ok? The work matters more.
My slow e-mail philosophy. This is for you if you've ever felt afraid or anxious to check your e-mail.
What we do is born of who we are.
We're culturally conditioned to act; to think needs are met by running to save the day.
My aim is to inspire and support you in being in your truest, most creative and fulfilled expression in life and work. I share strategies and tools to help you think differently and increase your capacity as a leader.
I'm always asking: what matters, how do we know, and what are we doing about it?
When people tell you “we always” or “this is the way it’s always been done”,
you take that as an invitation to ask some questions, right?
Not all days are creative, grounded, fruitful. Here are four stabilizing practices to try each day for comfort and clarity.
I’m unsure of how to be successful.
I want more.