I had the pleasure of attending Conscious Capitalism Boston’s monthly meetup where two executives spoke about team engagement and culture. While many organizations focus on top and bottom line performance metrics, very few intentionally create culture. Yet the culture... read more
Beware – Autumn is coming! Don’t get me wrong, I adore the splendor of Fall, especially here in New England. We have the most glorious Autumn in the world. The leaves are like gumdrops against a backsplash of dark green. To say I’m a bit photo-happy during this... read more
I was really angry the other day. I mean, swearing-in-my-car-to-an-imaginary-person kind of angry. I had a somewhat legitimate reason for being angry, as I was concerned about possible damage to my kids’ health due to toxic fumes our contractors were emitting into our... read more
When we practice being more open, we are becoming mentally stronger and smarter. When we are open, we have better control over the fluctuations of the mind, or stated differently, our thought patterns. Mental control is a powerful and essential quality of great... read more
According to the American Psychological Association we are more stressed as a nation than we’ve been in a very long time. When we call ourselves stressed it’s because we are feeling something different than when we are relaxed and calm. Those feelings are... read more
Staying healthy has an added layer of difficulty when we are traveling for work. We don’t feel that we have that much control over our food intake and our time schedule has changed. Staying healthy on the road requires that we make healthy choices along the way and do... read more
Kind words echo; they are little gifts. Compliments are one way to give uplifting little gifts to others in your day. A friend of mine called Pattee is a walking bottle of appreciation. Wherever she goes she’s dripping drops of gratitude, appreciation, and mostly... read more
The greatest leaders in the world believe they have something to offer and they find meaning in it. They don’t question their worth and they are self-motivated because of it. We are motivated by things for which we feel personally connected. It is possible to find... read more
We often think of leadership problems in the context of issues having to do with people, productivity, or profits. But if leaders are not fully functioning, they can’t be there fully for their teams or their families. It’s just that simple. Our personal wellbeing is... read more
In a world where communication increasingly takes a written form and responses are truncated we can easily forget courtesy. And so, when we juggle emails, texts, and Instant Messages back and forth like ping pong balls, it can sometimes feel that we are in a... read more
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