Our lives overload us with a problem of 'too'. We're overwhelmed with too many choices, too many distractions, leaving us with too little time.
https://twitter.com/SkyeJethani/status/1072128559945277440 If this top example is how you view leadership, rethink now!
I was trying to get my daughter ready for church this past Sunday morning, and she was being fairly cooperative. That is, until I tried to put her pants on. She and I both suffer from what I like to call sweet skin. Mosquitoes love us for some reason. And she had a large … Continue reading The More We Scratch, The More We Itch
Do you ever find yourself sucked into an un-winnable argument?
Sure, it seems innocent enough. You start exchanging points with someone, counter a few of their arguments with some of your own.
In this article from Laura Oliver, we take a look at Japanese culture and its term Ikigai, which is a way to find a reason for being. Looking at our lives, are we living in this middle section where we are doing what we love, what the world needs, what we are good at, and … Continue reading Ikigai – the secret to happiness?
As I was sprinting - pacifier in hand - from my work office to our daughter's daycare class (yes, I know: my wife and I work at the same place and have on-site daycare... we are that lucky), something came to my mind in an adrenaline-filled rush. My wife has been out of the country … Continue reading The “B” Parent
Stretched, it's a thing I am currently in the middle of a transition process of taking on another employee's responsibilities (as she moves to a whole new department) and it is full of competencies that I'm not comfortable with yet. This is code: I'm going out of my damn mind. I have a new employee … Continue reading Stretched