Practice the boundaries.
Setting boundaries often means I must feel the discomfort of going against what the world tells me I should be or should do, for example, saying yes when I really need to say no. Note the word should there. Setting
I live undone because I love loud and big.
When you live with grief, you stop for every sunrise and sunset. What you have to make sure you also do, though, is to keep doing the work to keep your eyes and ears open enough and your heart soft
What do you need to weed from your life?
In order for the good things we want to grow we have to bend down, sweat, and pull out the not so great things, Because otherwise they eat up the stuff that feeds us.
I am reminded how worthwhile and holy this work is.
In every room I have the honor of walking into to teach the Dare to Lead™ work, I am very aware of all that is present in the room.
receive all the love this life has to give you
Today I taught the shame resilience and empathy lessons. Which means some really tough and important conversations around how we respond to shame and how it shows up at work, along with telling my infertility and loss story before we
be part of the healing of this world
As I teach in the courage work, emotions get first crack at writing our stories when something hard happens. More than that, though, our bodies do too. Our bodies come in to save us through fight, flight, or freeze to
life is too short to keep living from “I’ve always wanted…”
Growing up in Iowa, all my life, I've heard, "I've always wanted to see the tulips in Pella." When I was here speaking for Pella Corporation last year, I booked this trip for us. This week is decently terrible timing
Pella tulips, here we come.
Truthfully I'm still figuring out how to run my schedule so it doesn't run me. Following the first nudge and only accepting holy yeses definitely helps. Turns out so does nature.