Minding your Thoughts during Electoral Madness

We’re in a time where polarities are heightened, habits more rigid, past thoughts and future fears distort the present, and what we can’t control looms large. Collective movement is occurring and everyone is affected. We can feel it and we all have reactions to it–knowingly or unknowingly. Basically, we’re afraid. Our desire for something other […]

Minding your Thoughts during Electoral Madness Read More »

Character – Toward One Heart

I’ve been thinking about character lately given our intense political climate of “character assignation.” It’s not that uncommon, really. As an organizational development consultant and leadership coach for many years, I’m intimate with how the emergence of any form of leadership is both covertly and openly attacked. Those of us courageous enough to take a

Character – Toward One Heart Read More »

What Is A Life, Anyway?

Imagine Trayvon Martin, 17, trapped, masking his powerlessness with a pumped up ego yet convinced that his life was about to end. What would you do? How might you feel? Have you ever felt this trapped or looked death in the eyes? How was your powerlessness felt and expressed? How are you living with your

What Is A Life, Anyway? Read More »

Make Joy a Habit

Why not make joy a habit. I’m not talking about superficial joy from external conditions or circumstances, but rather the joy that is our nature—something we open wide to and wallow in. For example, I awoke this morning to the sound of birds chirping. As I paused and sunk into this moment, allowing the sound

Make Joy a Habit Read More »

Love Is All There Is!

I’m overwhelmed–knee deep in a deadline for a Celebrating of Rage retreat. At that very moment, the telephone rings. It’s my mother. I scream, “I’m so angry I could kill.” Not a very wise comment from an emotional wisdom expert, right? My mother replies, “Girl, you ought ta come out here and climb in my

Love Is All There Is! Read More »

Scroll to Top