Good shoes – a mental health investment

This Sunday I got an itch to go for a run. It was at a time when I noticed myself going to the cupboard, believing I wanted to eat something. In reality, I was not hungry. I was avoiding the task of writing up my ice breaker speech for my Toastmasters meeting scheduled for this … Continue reading Good shoes – a mental health investment

Practicing new skills – competence model

One of the discoveries most we make when we are learning new skills is that there is a BIG difference in learning new concepts versus practicing actual skills. This became so clear to me when I began learning to meditate. There are an abundance of books resources and guided meditations out there. Really quite wonderful, … Continue reading Practicing new skills – competence model

Watch the Bullets – an experiment

People have often recommended to me that I must try a bullet journal, if I truly want to keep myself organized. When I watched Ryder Carroll's You Tube video on why and how he created the bullet journal for himself, I definitely felt that "click" in my brain that tells me someone is speaking my … Continue reading Watch the Bullets – an experiment

Learning circles and connection

**The following is a post shared first on my LinkedIn page on Sunday, January 20th.** As I write this, I am taking a break from some preparation for an upcoming workshop on "Embodying the Leader Within You" on January 27th. This has involved reviewing some of the beautiful and rich wisdom of my favorite authors, as … Continue reading Learning circles and connection