I came across the first article in a series from Deepak Chopra. I really like this first one and will follow the rest as they come out. What it teaches me is that to lead, we often have to remove our own pre-conceived ideas from the agenda at the onset, bringing our contributions to bear … Continue reading The Conscious Lifestyle: A Leader Must Look and Listen
Here it comes again. New Year’s Day. Time to make a bunch more resolutions!! Myself, I’ve never been much for resolutions. Each year I make the same one: “this year I resolve not to make any resolutions”. What has led me to this is that the things that we generally resolve to do are things … Continue reading Next Year…
As you’ll see if you read a few of my blog entries I listen to a lot of music. We don’t have a television on the main floor of our house and this is intentional so we will spend more time in meaningful engagement with each other and with various form of art such as … Continue reading Power to the People
I just held my first grandchild in my arms for the first time. What an amazingly emotional and spiritual event. I can’t begin to say that I understand what it means in its entirety. To gaze down upon this beautiful new miracle, this amazing gift, this bundle of limitless potential and possibility is mind boggling.
I love Nan’s list of “wisdom gained” in this post. Thanks to Louise Gallagher for inviting Nan to guest for her! the Gift of Gratitude — Guest Blog by Nan Robinson.
There’s an expression I’ve used all my life. Well at least from high school onward. It has been directional for me. it has been a curiosity to others. It’s been an annoyance to my children. And it still remains true to me today, albeit with a bit of a different context than I’ve used it … Continue reading Showing up