I saw into her mind so well, I thought I was looking in a mirror. You will, too. That’s what makes this book a compelling read.Read More
Yesterday was the 15th anniversary of 9/11. As I read about the event at the site of the towers, I could see that the designers of the new site have not constructed a monument as much as a place of remembrance.
Mr. Bloomberg was reported as saying, “I always thought the best memorial for anybody is to build a better world in their memory,” he said. “I’m a believer in the future, not the past. I can’t do anything about the past.”Read More
Last week, I wrote a piece for Psychology Today exploring how resilient leaders can rotate between their goals effectively. In it, I reflected on how often I see people striving to focus single-mindedly on achieving one, macro goal yet feeling frustrated and worn in the process.
The challenge with single-minded goals is that most of our lives are not equipped to service them. We fill multiple roles, often in our life and the lives of those around us. We transition through these roles actively and inactively throughout the day, and in most of these roles we have goals. There is just no space for one, all-consuming aim.Read More
Today, I am excited beyond measure to share with you the launch of my new program:Riding the Current: Unlock Resilience and Lift to a Whole New Level.
Have you been striving to reach a new level in your professional life, but have struggled to make progress? Have you tried different strategies and techniques, ranging from productivity enhancements to management training without feeling like you’ve grown?Read More