Sensing the Unknown

Take a look at this picture. Notice anything unusual about it? Do you know what is in the jar after looking at the picture, or is the content still unknown?

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Are you wearing pants?

My husband tipped me off to an apparently popular question being asked during work conference calls these days: “Are you wearing pants?” This joke goes to the heart of the

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Recovery and comeback

It is a big journey from “being thrown under the bus” to “getting back on your horse”. It is a particular type of recovery. It took me a couple of

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Formula for Wayfinding?

In early March, I co-presented a workshop called Intuitive Wayfinding as a Mode of Knowing at a tech company in NYC. The room was full of software engineers who were

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Stories We Tell

How did the summer go for you? It is difficult to answer this question meaningfully without both describing what happened– the trips, the projects, the get-togethers, the drinks, the wins,

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5 Gift Ideas for a Person Who Has “Everything”

(There is some magic I would love for us to do together; see the fire-breathing dragon at the end.) How do you choose a gift for a person who seems

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Find a Way Despite Uncertainty

Whether you are ready to acknowledge it or not, you’re a wayfifnder. You’re responsible for people in your family, for colleagues on your team, for your clients, and you don’t

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Time to Catch Up

I know you’ve been through a lot this summer. I was privileged to hear many of your collective stories. As a group… You’ve traveled. You’ve worked more while your kids

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Will You Be Missed?

I was just listening to TED Radio Hour podcast on Disruptive Leadership (super insightful line-up of conversations in that program is a “must listen”). One of the presenters, Seth Godin,

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Plan B for High Achievers: Chaotic Pendulum

You’re smart and resourceful. You can afford to waste a little time if you choose to, because when you work, you work ten times faster than an average person in

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