What Happens When Intention Meets Intuition? This past weekend on The Splendid Table podcast, I heard Will Guidara, partner at Eleven Madison Park, (voted “World’s 50 Best of the Best Restaurants,” among other accolades,) talk about… Read More
What Dogs, Cannabis, & Big Feelings Have in Common A few years ago, when CBD’s were becoming part of our everyday vocabulary, I listened to a terrific podcast on the subject. The reporter, who covers the marijuana industry for… Read More
Are You Treating the Cause—or the Symptom? How many times have you heard colleagues, friends, or family say, (or in the case of teenagers, yell,) “It’s not fair”? Alternatively, how often have you gotten the cold shoulder… Read More
Are You Keeping Track or Keeping Score….With Yourself? Last week I wrote about how to tell if someone in your life is keeping track or keeping score. Why? Because when people around you are keeping score it can… Read More
Are People in Your Life Keeping Track—or Keeping Score? This past week I was speaking with a client whose team was completing a large project. Things were going OK but, she said, but there was one team member whose… Read More
Are You Handing Out Enough High-Value Treats? The confluence of two things determined the content of this week’s blog post: The Chief People Officer of HubSpot, Katie Burke, posted about phrases we don’t hear enough at work.… Read More
“Because You Said So?” I Don’t Think So A few weeks ago, I wrote about phrases that do not promote harmony.  This past week I attended a meeting where I was reminded of another:  “Because I said so.” … Read More
“A Busy Mind is Not Necessarily an Anxious Mind” Greetings all, The onset of fall has been pulling me in multiple directions.  I’m thinking the same might be true for many of you. And while I would like to… Read More
You May “Know” It—but I Wouldn’t Say It Over the years, I’ve written about words and phrases that do not improve the situation.  (“Calm down” and “I told you so,” are top contenders.) Here’s another: “I know you…”… Read More
Listen for the Hum Underneath the Humdrum… September is here with its seemingly inexhaustible to-do lists.  After the miasma of August it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the volume of day-to-day tasks. But what if I asked… Read More