Many of my clients are trying to reduce the number of hours they spend online. A study by USC Annenberg’s Center for the Digital Future found that Americans spend about 24 hours a week online. How crazy is that? The thing is, if you have your own business, you have to spend a certain amount … Continue reading 5 Tips for How to Do Outreach Online Without Feeling Icky
Big Vision Love Day: Pay What You Can Feb 10
I woke up yesterday feeling like my heart was shrinking. Something about witnessing the repeated acts of selfishness, unkindness, intolerance and hate in the news and on social media was making me feel small, powerless, and contracted. And then a video of someone bringing gifts to young people in a shelter for homeless LGBTQ youth … Continue reading Big Vision Love Day: Pay What You Can Feb 10
How are you being called to be brave and lead in 2017?
This month, I've been taking part in Tracking Wonder's free, annual online event, Quest 2017. Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday in December, participants receive a prompt by email in the form of a written question and/or video from big thinkers like Krista Tippett, Rebecca Walker, Jonathan Fields and Desiree Adaway. Each prompt is meant to … Continue reading How are you being called to be brave and lead in 2017?
What if I do what I love and the money doesn’t follow?
I've been enjoying the Amazon series, Mozart in the Jungle. It's a light, easy-to-watch show about life behind the scenes at the New York Symphony. In the second season, one of the main characters, a free-spirited conductor named Rodrigo (Gael García Bernal), hears the general manager, Gloria (Bernadette Peters), singing in the shower. When he … Continue reading What if I do what I love and the money doesn’t follow?
Use your gifts
I find it hard to know what to write during times like these when each day reveals another act of inhumanity. But to not address how deeply horrible many of the things going on in the world are also feels wrong. For me, the Eli Stone quote above is one way to move through overwhelm … Continue reading Use your gifts