Decrease the Pressure = Increase the Traction Let me begin by saying that I don’t think anyone should drive on the beach for anything less than an emergency. I recognize others feel differently. One of these people… Read More
“We Interrupt this Thanksgiving…” Those of you old enough to recall watching television programs in a scheduled way may remember hearing the announcement, “We interrupt our program to bring you this important message…” After… Read More
Be Source, Not Result: Press Pause on Shame, Anxiety, and Regret Few things are as pleasing as when my “yoga world” and my “business world” intersect in an overt way, as they did last week. Here’s what occurred: I met with… Read More
“When the Flower Blossoms it Sends No Invitation” This past Saturday I was deadheading roses and inadvertently cut a bud, so I placed it in a vase to watch it bloom. Life intervened, and I ended up being… Read More
Present Your Best VIRTUAL Self – Starting Now These days we are all in the midst of a lot more online meetings and presentations. How can you present your best (virtual) self in these situations? One way is… Read More
Resources to Help You Set, Meet—and Exceed—Your #QuarantineGoals Greetings from my home office Wow-of-the-Week-ers, Like many of you I’m writing this post from home. And, like you, I’ve been giving a lot of thought to how to best… Read More
Patience, Young Grasshopper, 2020 is Only One Week Old I don’t know about the rest of you but I’ve spent the first days of 2020 feeling discombobulated/stressed/blue. I’m thinking this is partly due to the additional hoopla surrounding this… Read More
“Travel with It…” It’s Much the Harder Thing to Do: Welcome 2020 Happy New Year! It’s a privilege and a pleasure to start the decade with you. As those of you know who have been reading the Wow for a while, each… Read More
“To know is to be ignorant.”— Or, “It’s 2013: Ask Questions” One of my favorite philosophers, J. Krishnamurti, stated, “To know is to be ignorant. Not to know is the beginning of wisdom.” I’ve been thinking about this in ways large… Read More
Right Now all You Need to Be is ‘Directionally Correct’” It’s the first week of December and I’m guessing in thirty days there will be any number of people who are feeling crummy that they’ve already broken their new year’s… Read More