Spending the day in the Sea Change Yogathon, a full day of yoga (from the comfort of my own home) to benefit this amazing organization that offers trauma-informed yoga classes to populations who would not generally have access to the healing practices of yoga. I attended the Sea Change Yogathon in person last year, and [Keep Reading…]
Using our energy as a force for good
Every day I learn something new about the work I do. Today, while staring at the ocean, I realized something that moved me. I help leaders to manage their energy and be a force for good. Society tries to teach us that nature doesn’t exist; because for its survival, it needs us to care more [Keep Reading…]
Like pretty much everyone, I have a long list of things about myself I wish were different. I struggle with my weight. My voice is annoying. My skin is too sensitive. I have a shitty attitude. I’m always in some kind of pain. I’m lazy. I’m hypercritical. I don’t try hard enough. I wish I [Keep Reading…]
I Have a Dream
that everyone starts by loving each other and goes from there that people can make their own peace that reality can be changed by choosing how to see it that everyone on earth is free from pain that my daily actions reflect my truest intentions that everyone can know the privilege I’ve known that people [Keep Reading…]
Eager to advance? You need traction.
In my last post, I asked if the work you’re doing today is getting you closer to your ideal tomorrow. The overwhelming and consistent response: You don’t like where you are You don’t see where to go You don’t know how to get there No coordinates. No map. No compass. In a word: Stuck. That [Keep Reading…]
Is today getting you closer to your ideal tomorrow?
Do you sense there’s so much more you could be doing, but you don’t know what it is? I’ve been there. I’ve experienced the dread that comes when your day begins and the work ahead no longer feels like it’s enough. And I bet you have too. If you could do anything in the world, [Keep Reading…]
A Lifetime of Bullies
Originally published on the Pastry Box Project one year ago today on May 10, 2014 It started when you were five on the kindergarten school bus. An older girl threatened to punch your mom if you didn’t bring her caramels. Your mom caught you stealing caramels from the kitchen drawer, found out, and it stopped. [Keep Reading…]