5 Journal Prompts to Start your day as a Leader!

How to Start your day as a Leader! A few weeks ago I slipped up. The COVID-19 crisis rose rapidly and I fell into a panic. My mindset shifted and I felt insecure in myself and my business. I didn’t feel like a leader. I felt insecure and totally out of my depth with aRead more ⟶

Hope in the Time of COVID

Our perspective determines our understanding.  Our understanding determines our knowing. Our knowing determines our hope. There is no other moment in our lifetime that has the opportunity to break us apart or draw us closer together. For the past few weeks we have experienced the signs of distress and devastation as our fellow humans areRead more ⟶

Dawn of the Anthropocene

The Holocene Epoch of this Quaternary Period appears to be coming to an end. Our arrogance views this as the beginning of the “Age of Humankind”. Scientists tentatively call this new epoch, the Anthropocene, named after the Greek word for “human”. The first clear sign of our dominion over all things was climate change. The second was a mass extinctionRead more ⟶

Gazes Of Truth! Women’s Herstory Month 2020

The eyes are consistently viewed as the telling of truth. Eyes reveal truth, even when the mouth hides from it. That’s the reality of it. Covering the eyes, consistently can mean a few things. It can mean that one doesn’t want their inner truth revealed. Afraid of one’s vulnerabilities to be exposed. Or, it meansRead more ⟶

Collective Creativity … Moving Forward Together

Your instinct to all the COVID-19 news is probably telling to you panic right now, maybe even paralyzing you from any action other than watching Netflix and seeing what’s in fridge (on repeat). I know, I’ve been right there with you! Although I needed to give myself time to let it all sink in —Read more ⟶

Be the Five: Help stop coronavirus

The current prevailing thought construction about COVID-19 is informed by a medical model of disease: respiratory illness. What we need is a paradigm shift. A model that promotes and encourages respiratory health and optimum wellbeing across the lifespan. Google and WHO teamed to offer a PSA “Do the Five.” I invite you to consider anRead more ⟶

The Eye of the Hurricane: Leadership in the Age of COVID-19

For those in leadership positions, the coronavirus crisis is an unprecedented challenge. As we navigate the new normal for ourselves and for our loved ones, we carry the added responsibility of steering our organizations through uncertain times.  In times of crisis the need for leadership comes into sudden, clear focus — and, by the sameRead more ⟶

Embrace Life’s Accidents with Jackie Prutsman

It’s funny how most things in life come to us. Like this article, for instance. I listened to a podcast as I put my laundry in the washer and took a sip of my accidental cold brew (more on that in a moment). I’m listening to an interview where they mention how things happen fastRead more ⟶