We have so many apps to help us remember things that want to remember but that we forget. But we don’t need an app to help us remember the important or impactful things.
Rather than share a more traditional blog post on “lessons learned,” I decided to write a letter to my blog. It surfaced the lessons learned and so much more.
Thomas Merton says our service to the world might be simply to keep a place where there is no noise, where people can be silent together. Some reflections.
I’ve been in hiding, with and from my fears. The irony is that my fears and I want the same thing: to be seen, acknowledged, held, and nurtured.
How you choose to spend your time and the activities you choose to participate in outside of your work directly impact how you show up to do your work
A common story used to explain challenging times is to say that “this is a test.” What if that’s not the case?
While often uncomfortable and disruptive, these storms and shake-ups are catalysts that help us let go of whatever no longer serves us.