I've been having a lot of conversations recently with midlife women about their Big Vision for their work in the world. As the newest "sandwich" generation, we are stretched between caring for elderly parents and children, the demands of career and home, and the need for money and the meaning. Some trends I noticed during … Continue reading 5 Tips for Midlife Women at Work
People often ask, "What do you mean by, 'Big Vision for your work in the world?'" I believe that everyone has been given skills, talents, and dreams -- a Big Vision -- that can contribute to making the world a better place. I also believe that when everyone is living their Big Vision, it uplifts … Continue reading Why You Need a Big Vision Now
How's the whole work life balance thing going? Are the scales more heavily weighted towards work rather than life? Unfortunately, that's not sustainable over the long term and can lead to burnout. There's plenty of information out there about practical steps to achieve work life balance like: • Delegate more. • Say "no" more. • … Continue reading Work Life Balance Tip: Listen to What You Need
As we head towards the 18-month mark of the pandemic, I'm noticing that some of my clients, colleagues, and friends are heading towards burnout. Or they're already there. Beneath your Big Vision is an idea. And under that idea is a feeling. When you're going through burnout, you aren't able to access the feelings that … Continue reading Experiencing Burnout? 3 Ideas to Try.
With all of the disturbing things going on in our world, you might be thinking: If my Big Vision doesn't directly affect racial justice, human rights, climate change, education, immigration, voting rights, poverty, or another pressing issue, is it worth doing? The answer is yes, because how you do your work in the world can … Continue reading Let’s Reclaim “Great”