Category: Perspective Taking

We Adults (and Kids) Can Do Hard Things

November 1, 2022

I recently went to Eastern Europe with my boyfriend, Stewart, ahead of a conference I was presenting at in Germany. One of our key motivations […]

We Are In The Same Boat

October 3, 2022

There have been many moments over the past month where I have worked on my patience. Waiting for a bathroom on an airplane. Waiting for […]

Muddy Puddle

June 1, 2022

Ah, June. The end of school. Celebrations completed. Sundowns extended. A time to be.
I have been taking classes on the art of developmental coaching. The […]

Celebrate Even If…

May 2, 2022

This past month I had the opportunity to join the virtual graduation of the Hawaii Dept. of Education’s Teacher Leadership Academy. I said a few […]

Life in All Its Mystery

September 1, 2021

“I step into the day. I step into my life. I step into the mystery. Aho!”
This affirmation, connected to the Ojibwe Nation, was shared with […]

How are You? Who are You?

August 2, 2021

As I write this newsletter, I am just two days away from my first in person workshop in over 17 months. The in person work […]

Better Angels of Our Nature

December 1, 2020

At this time in our lives, with a pandemic surging and a politically polarized society, we, in the USA and worldwide, need to summon the […]

Get Up On the Dance Floor Or Maybe Not

September 1, 2020

Two weekends back, here in the Bay Area of California, before the wildfires, it was 100 degrees inside and I have no AC in my […]

I’m Not Going Anywhere

October 1, 2018

As a woman who works (with a capital “W”) in communication as my life’s work, I find myself this month at a loss. The act […]

What’s The Next Right Step

April 2, 2018

I hesitate to be such a downer, but things aren’t okay. My father is in hospice. My country is dealing with disarray on a scale […]