A few short days ago, we celebrated the first day of spring. When I was younger, I never paid much attention to the passage of time. I certainly would not have described the first day of a season as a celebration.
Many families feel a growing amount of anxiety when helping a young person they care about navigate the uncertain waters of picking his or her first career. Find out how you can help them embark on the right path.
When did we start taking ourselves so seriously? I can’t pick out the exact age, but I know it’s been awhile for me. As parents, as professionals and with the ever-watchful eye of social media, we have to be careful about what we say and do. But is all of that restraint good for us?
Not long ago, I met up with a client who had asked for my help exploring opportunities outside the company he has been with for his entire career. He surprised me by sharing that he is with the same employer and is flourishing. Find out how it all turned around.
A friend and I were talking recently. We are both navigating some challenging waters right now and she astutely identified that crises are when our values really matter. They act as both the rock that you are clinging to and the beacon that you are moving towards.
Father’s day is an important occasion in our household. As I reflected about the upcoming holiday, I wondered about what would make the perfect gift for a dad. What came to mind was the pay it forward idea I associate with mentoring.
Whether you are an elite athlete, a CEO or a parent (or perhaps all 3), mindfulness is a buzz word that has likely been mentioned in your world. More than a trend, it is a discipline, a practice and a way to live your life that has many benefits.