3 simple changes to effectively teach, lead, and engage
I used to never — never — do online workshops.
Then… You know. Global pandemic.
And suddenly online was our only option.
After a year of developing and facilitating workshops remotely, I’ve discovered a game-changing secret.
Remote workshops and presentations don’t…
How do I get my partner to back off and respect my time to cope?
Q: My partner and I have been working from home for the last month. After three days, they started getting on my case to do more chores because I “have so much time now.” But…
Tips for those of us isolating in true isolation.
Q: Physical touch is my love language, but I live alone and there is no. One. To. Touch. I haven’t hugged anyone in weeks. How am I going to get through weeks — or months — of this?
A: Ugh. Great…
The sudden changes to our work lives are impacting our love lives
Q: My partner and I are suddenly co-working at home together. How do we create boundaries between work and the rest of life?
A: Four years ago, my partner and I were living in a one bedroom apartment…
The past wasn’t so good for everybody
Is writing a science, or is it an art?
There are plenty of voices out there — loud ones — that passionately claim it’s either one or the other.
Sometimes writing is exacting and precise, with clearly defined codes. It breaks through ignorance or confusion to set the reader straight…
Tips for Building a More Disciplined Mind in a Distracted World
I’d like to talk about focus.
But first I’m going to read this book.
Wait, I’m thirsty, I need a glass of water.
No. No water until I finish reading.
Look, a bird!
It’s such a beautiful summer day…
Just add me to the pile of entitled/liberated gig workers
I didn’t mean for any of this to happen.
I am, by nature, not a disciple of fate.
I can very rarely be heard saying, “Everything happens for a reason.”
I did not leave my 9–5 desk job with soaring…