Individuals

The Rush to Return – Will You Use the Pause to Build a Stronger Team?

A friend shared a great quote with me last week: “In the rush to return to normal, use this time to consider which parts of normal are worth rushing back to.” ~ Dave Hollis Returning to the workplace. Hmmm. Right now, I’m hearing people say that they don’t want to commute anymore and that working …

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Burnout and Your Inner Critic

Last week I was listening to a meditation by Tara Brach (it’s great BTW, details below) and she said that we have “deep habits of judging ourselves” that she calls “the Trance of Unworthiness.”  Not to be glum, but it made me think about what I’m hearing from clients during the Covid pause. Things like: …

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I Have A Secret

I Have A Secret Last week I saw a psychic. It felt great. The last time I did anything like that was 15 years ago. The most delicious part was that I got to luxuriate in daydreaming about the future! No kidding. The future. After six weeks of not thinking beyond a week, it scratched a very deep …

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#Thank NYC

Last night at the 7pm neighborhood applause and pot banging, New Yorkers were louder and stayed out longer than we have in a while. That’s because after five weeks of lockdown, new hospitalizations and lives lost are down, and we are making real progress. The moment shifted me out of a funk I’ve been in …

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Trusting Your Energy Rhythms

Even before Covid19, it had been a tumultuous time for me.  After an intense few months, I lost my mother at the end of January. I’m sure I’ll have lots more to write about Mom. But for now, there’s something quite profound I want to share. Throughout this time, I found my energy waxing and …

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How to Lead in a Crisis

I’ll be honest. I have a child who gets on the New York City subway to get to school, and the Coronavirus news is getting to me. I have a brother-in-law who is an epidemiologist, so I call him to get talked down from the ledge. But a mother’s worry can easily outpace reason when …

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What’s the Hidden Cost When Your Team Doesn’t Get Along?

Do you have members of your team who don’t get along?  Maybe there’s someone who drives you crazy.  You deal with it by avoiding them, limiting what you say in meetings they’re in, venting to a friend or your spouse?  And you think it’s not costing you, your team or organization anything as long as …

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The Focus is Burnout

Super excited to have been interviewed by Emma Beutel of Inverse.com. It seems that burnout is a big focus this year. Take a look:  https://www.inverse.com/mind-body/avoid-burnout

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