Some of the best work I’ve seen on resilience is from one of my teachers, Doug Silsbee. Re-reading it today I wondered, “who else might be interested in Doug’s Six Practices for Leadership Resilience?” Here they are, for you.
Congratulations! It’s exciting to recognize, admit it, and begin to move toward your dream. You can do it! I’m not a “real writer” although I did publish a book. Thanks to writer’s groups I met through meetup.com, and trial and error, and innumerable web searches, the resources I found most helpful are here, for you. The […]
Perhaps one of the funniest posts I’ve read about what it’s like to sit down to write. Or meditate. Or do anything, really. “To write, you need to focus. You can write anywhere – in a coffee shop, at your dining room table, on the train – but you need to concentrate on the words […]
“What I thought for so long required work on level of confidence, perhaps shifts to work on being brave/ comfortable with imperfection!” This insight, from a mother of girls and boys, was inspired by a TED Talk by Reshma Saujani To hold on tightly to a need for perfection, or to be brave and comfortable with […]