What will it take?
More and more, I am hearing from managers, especially, how most of their time is spent supporting their people through mental health crises, family and health concerns, and dealing with levels of stress, burnout, too high of a workload, and
To show the way to love and lead well…
It is through this discomfort that we get through the dark together and write out our own future.
the world desperately needs all of you
It isn't necessarily my goal to make you teary in my workshops. It may, however, be a side effect of finally giving yourself permission to live as your full self at home and at work and learning how to do
Vulnerability has boundaries
Vulnerability without boundaries is often oversharing to hotwire a connection, which isn't how trust is built. Vulnerability without boundaries can also be manipulative.
Palpable joy and awe
Palpable is my word this week, apparently. Except today, it was palpable joy and awe and courage and excitement at my morning keynote for Jewish Federation of St. Louis. Thank you so much, Marci Mayer Eisen MSW, ACC, for inviting me. This morning
how we heal and move forward
When we name it, we can navigate it. Doing that together, in and through connection, is how we heal and move forward.
Will I keep believing that people are doing their best?
It never fails. The days I teach the 'are people doing their best?' lesson, the foundation of oozing grace that I live from is challenged.
The holy lives with the hard.
The holy lives with the hard. Often the holy only is felt in and through the hard.
Ready for our more
I've learned over and over that the only thing that trumps our need for the easy way through is our desire for more, whether that is more happy or more healthy
the ripple effect of grace-filled curiosity and courage
It's been three and a half years of great risk, tons of belief, lots of work, and much trust to be doing the work I love and that I only dreamed was possible.