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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Your Private Conversations for Growth

Private conversations, if done the right way and with the right person, are tremendously powerful for personal growth and professional development. These conversations are often difficult to have, especially in

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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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Recognition and Embarrassment

I was planning to write a love-infused February newsletter along the lines of Love in Time of Neuroscience, but then I saw this article on E! Online, and I knew

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Your Greatest Source of Power in 2019

A year ago, we discussed what 2018 will bring (or how to be your own psychic). So, how has 2018 been for you? What were some of the most joyful

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Nothing Is Wrong, But…

“Nothing is wrong, but I just don’t feel right.” This is the way clients often describe their situation when we first meet. Everything is more or less ok for them,

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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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What will 2018 bring? (Or How to Be Your Own “Psychic”)

(There is some magic I would love for us to do together; please, see the fire-breathing dragon at the end.) I learned from Martha Beck that there are three types

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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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