When shelter-in-place started, I noticed people in my Facebook feed doing the plank challenge (holding plank pose for increasing lengths of time for 30 days). I dismissed it as another silly social media trend—until about a week ago. When I'm struggling with a problem, I generate one list of logical ideas and another of intuitive … Continue reading Plank challenge, writing, and becoming stronger during this time.
When it comes to your Big Vision for your work in the world, I've noticed that clients, colleagues, and friends are falling into two camps these days: Camp 1: They're stressed out, overwhelmed, and don't have energy to do anything, but are trying to force themselves to be productive. Camp 2: They really want to … Continue reading There’s No Perfect Way to Be Right Now.
Are you working from home more than usual because of COVID-19? I've been working from home for more than 15 years, so I thought I'd share some tips for how to get the most out of your work from home experience. #1 Approach each day as an experiment to learn from rather than a test … Continue reading Working from Home? 9 Tips for a Productive Day
When it comes time to share your Big Vision for your work in the world, it’s normal to feel nervous. Whether it’s something big like giving a talk, or something everyday like describing it to someone you meet at a party, it can be hard to talk about yourself. You might find yourself thinking things … Continue reading Nervous about networking? Remember your Deep Why.
In a world saturated with motivational Instagram quotes, it might seem like an extreme life philosophy is best: "Don't be afraid to put yourself first!" "Give until it hurts!" "Make yourself a priority!" "The secret of life is giving!" But an article published eight years ago about the top five regrets of the dying suggests … Continue reading Balancing being selfish and selfless as a Big Visionary.