Category: Self-Reflection

Pace Yourself

September 1, 2016

Happy September! We’re off! Out of the gate. Running fast.
Endorphins are kicking in. Adrenalin is rushing. We are flying high. Until we start to sputter. […]

What Am I Doing Again?

August 1, 2016

Happy August! I have spent the last few weeks working with folks who were new at their positions. Some are just coming in to their […]

Rededicating Myself to Doing Good

July 5, 2016

This month I am working with ideas from Shelley Turkle’s book, Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in a Digital Age, which include talking to […]

Go Out And Be Changed

June 2, 2016

I remember reading that writer, Ralph Fletcher, author of Craft Lessons, had a snake skin on his desk to always remember to molt.
My Zen calendar […]

And My Bartender Left Too…Transitions and Goodbyes

May 1, 2016

May is the time for end of school year events: retirement celebrations, proms, graduations. It’s a bittersweet month. I have written about transitions before but […]

Wellness – Can’t Really Survey For It

April 1, 2016

I just spent a lovely Saturday morning, post-mediation, post-workout, and post-breakfast with a cup of coffee and the new HBO documentary, Everything is Copy. “A […]

We Ain’t Got That Kinda Time

February 1, 2016

Yesterday, January 18, was social media’s ‘Blue Monday.’ The ‘most depressing’ day of the year. No true scientific fact to determine its validity, but still […]

Ever After – The Rest of the Story

November 1, 2015

Michael Cunningham, the award-winning author of The Hours, has a new book out; a new spin on fairy tales called A Wild Swan and Other […]

What Success Really Looks Like

October 1, 2015

Bright Spots and Blots Define a Career Trajectory
This article was originally published in the October 2015 Journal “Pathways to Leadership” for Learning Forward.
The image of […]

Where’s Your Mountain? Where’s Your River?

September 15, 2015

By the time you read this I will have started my month-long stint on the road to New Zealand, Shanghai and Mumbai. I am […]