Many of us spend a lot, no really a ton, of time in meetings. During a meeting of my client’s I sat in on to observe recently, I noticed no clear requests were made and subsequently no promises either. In the debrief meeting, the first question I asked was, if there was an agenda? ThereRead the Rest…
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Posts Tagged ‘Gina LaRoche’
May 14th, 2013 - No Comments
April 30th, 2013 - No Comments
My colleague pinged me late last night and asked if I posted a blog. (Monday’s are my posting day.) “No,” I replied, “I have nothing to say.” I mean, I have a few half written blogs and poems in various states of completion, but … nothing feeling urgent. Then I realized: that is it. . . IRead the Rest…
April 15th, 2013 - No Comments
Today in the U.S. is the day our taxes are due to be reported to the Internal Revenue Service. Many of us find the task daunting, overwhelming, confusing and draining. This year for me there was something about this process that had me feel simultaneously inadequate, stingy and angry. For anyone who knows me theseRead the Rest…
April 2nd, 2013 - No Comments
“Is Giving the Secret to Getting Ahead?” was the cover article in Sunday’s NY Times Magazine. This article talks about an organizational psychologist, Adam Grant who has quantified how generosity and learning about generosity can positively impact sales and revenue performance at organizations. He uses himself as a test case and says yes to mostRead the Rest…
March 15th, 2013 - 1 Comment
I had the opportunity to spend time in Muir Woods a National Monument in Mill Valley, CA this week. It is a forest of Redwood trees preserved as part of our National Park System. The woods were beautiful, the trees are awe inspiring and I found a sense of peace as I walked. I have includedRead the Rest…
February 19th, 2013 - No Comments
I saw my tree today My heart burst open with joy and love It had been a year We hugged I lingered, holding on, snow beneath me, Wondering if I was remembered We kissed and remain ever connected
February 1st, 2013 - No Comments
Time for a confession. I find myself in deep scarcity around time and my relationship to time. Despite my work with many, many clients about managing their relationships to time, I find myself stuck in the same place where many of my clients are. I am committed to, as one of my clients says, actually,Read the Rest…
January 2nd, 2013 - No Comments
In the summer of 2011 I learned a concentration practice called Metta. It was taught to me by Sharon Salzberg, a pre-emanate Buddhist Dharma teacher and co-founder of IMS, who brought this practice to the west. I have spent the ensuing months in deep reflection and practice about loving-kindness. I have included teaching it toRead the Rest…
December 31st, 2012 - 1 Comment
My hope that I would have a whole series of empty days, days without interruptions, days in which to think and laze, (for creation depend as much on laziness as on hard work), was of course, impossible. –May Sarton On the final day of the year I beginRead the Rest…
November 21st, 2012 - No Comments
Last year in my blog, What Matters Most as I reflected at Thanksgiving I wondered, “…if all it has become is a day off from work to eat and rest ourselves to prepare for what truly matters most—shopping. And more specifically: the intense shopping in the run up to the holidays…” When I first startedRead the Rest…