Need More Energy? Try This.

In September, I planned to write about renewing mental, physical, and emotional energy, but my strangest 9/11 story wanted to be told. Still, the topic of replenishing energy kept coming

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Recalculating Your Path

In recent posts, I’ve been drawn to introspection: REcognition (and embarrassment), REcovery (and comeback), and now – REcalculating, the idea I borrowed from Sylvia Boorstein, who was interviewed by Krista

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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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Career Lessons from Marie Kondo

If you are still uninitiated to KonMari system, you have been missing out on a huge cultural trend. Marie Kondo, a Japanese organizing consultant, started a massive movement of de-cluttering

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Are You an Experience Junkie?

I would like to share a personal news with you that has been in the making (read: on my mind) for 20 years. As of this fall, I am a

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Is Space Boring?

When was the last time you exclaimed a genuine, happy “Wow!”? This is not a rhetorical question. Actually consider: when was the last time you said “wow!”? We crave to

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What It Really Takes

I know something important about you, something that you have in common with every leader, high-level expert, every friend, and parent. You are a Wayfinder.  You may argue that what

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Why You Need a Drum Set

When our oldest son was a toddler, and grandparents asked whether we would like to get a mini drum set for him, we replied: “Yes, but only if we can

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Familiarity Without Contempt

Our youngest son is usually my buddy for the occasional “star walks”: we stroll through the park after dark, chat about life, look up at the stars to see which

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Have an Interesting Life

Thanksgiving time is a mixed bag. Culturally, this holiday prompts us to think of the positive things in our lives to be thankful for. Well, what if you’re not “feeling

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