When I was in my early twenties, I went to see a therapist. I was struggling trying to figure out who I was because I felt like I really didn’t know. What I did know for sure was I
I had the most interesting conversation during a session with a client about one of her “sacred cows.” Her particular “sacred cow” is not important. The fact that she has one that is running her life does matter…A LOT.
Yesterday, I was reading an issue of Paddling Magazine. The founder and publisher had written his opening letter and a few paragraphs caught my attention. And it probably caught my attention because I’ve had four deeply interesting conversations about
Is it really true that you don’t know what to do?” I asked this question of a prospective client during an emotion-filled phone Clarity call. I could hear her hesitation. I could feel her frustration. “No,” she said. “I
One of my conundrums is trying to explain to people what I “do” when I work with clients. It’s easy to explain consulting and to discuss organization or systems and processes. It’s a whole other thing entirely to
Sometimes questions lodge under my skin. They cause me to sit and ponder. To walk and ponder. To shower and ponder. All this pondering is an invitation to just be boldly honest with myself. The most recent question that
Rha Goddess, Founder + CEO of Move the Crowd says: Now is the time. Even when we’re in the thing we built , even when it doesn’t serve us anymore, we’re afraid to make the change.
Late last week, a friend of mine forwarded over a link with the note, “This podcast is for you.” The guy being interviewed on the podcast was Boyd Varty, a South African restoration practitioner and wildlife tracker. He was explaining
Easter Sunday is a day of brightly colored eggs and fake grass and a lot of ham. I also ate the biggest sweet potato I’ve ever seen and I’m not even sorry. The other thing I did on Sunday
Yesterday I watched a documentary called The Heretic about Rob Bell (the Christian pastor and author of the book Love Wins). At one point in the documentary, Theologian Peter Rollins says, “Interestingly, the word unraveling is the same as