Don’t let your idea die before giving it the light of day.
As promised in the very first episode of this podcast, I will, from time to time, provide an update on my career reinvention. I figured, year-end is one of the better times in the year to do this. It’s a natural time for reflection and for looking ahead. And though I’ve always done this process, […]
This feels like deja vu. This time last year, I was thinking about difficult gratitude, although the trigger was different. Here in the US, we had just gone through an election. For many of us, it was an incredibly challenging time to find anything for which to be grateful. Grasping for anything to make the […]
Three things that helped or contributed the most to my career pivot. Three things that I am most grateful today.
Last year, I proudly announced that I was going to declutter my home. Moving toward minimalism. Settling in with less and finding the more in it. I failed miserably. I reserved days when I was supposed to clear entire closets. I came up with monthly target areas for clutter-clearing. March was going to be the […]
For many years, I spent most of my days in meetings. I ran around from one conference room to another, or jumped from one conference call to the next, with the minimum of breaks in between. Busy was the word I used to use to describe my world. To be honest, I think there was […]
This by Stella Adler: Life beats down and crushes the soul, and art reminds you that you have one. As a voracious reader, music lover, and movie enthusiast, I can soooo relate to that sentiment. How often has a story taken me away from present day worries by giving me a portal into another world? […]
February is the month when everywhere you look, you see an abundance of roses and hearts 😃 Sadly, it’s also the month when most New Year resolutions begin to fall off the radar screen—especially the ones to do with getting healthier! Seemingly reasonable excuses start to pile up, and before long, we’ve given up on […]
New Year resolutions rarely stick. We all know that. But I come from the “why not at least try” tribe. I like knowing I’m still stepping to the plate and still swinging for the fences. (Note to self: Lou, you’re not a baseball fan and should really stop this metaphor run.) On that note, I’ve come […]