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Boundaries and perfectionism find it hard to co-exist. And you know how I feel about the necessity of boundaries for, among other things, work-life balance. (Hint: you need clear and compassionate boundaries!)
Ice cream trucks. Water slides. Fireflies and fireworks and bonfires. Stop for a second and dream up your quintessential summer. Where in that picture did you fit in humid commutes and to-do lists longer than the longest days of the year? I know - you don’t actually...
Before giving way to the social and nostalgic distraction of a summer break – take some space to pause
Boundaries are what hold our personal and professional priorities together so we actually can incorporate and focus on both. Boundaries are the bridge between these two crucial aspects of our lives and they are what allow us to prioritize our goals, vision, and actions.
If you want a culture, and team, who freely engage, collaborate, and create fearlessly, you need to have a clear intention for how YOU will show up each day to focus on and create that culture.
With the Great Resignation, retention is not just about money anymore. There’s a reckoning in the corporate world, and workers are reevaluating everything from working hours and environments to their company’s culture and values.
“Nevermind, I’ll do it myself.” I’m willing to bet you’ve said that, muttered that, or at least thought that, and probably more than a couple times. Maybe you’ve even joked, “if you want something done right, you’ve gotta do it yourself.” But maybe that quip had the...
Our busyness is costing us the future we’re working so hard for.
Success does not come from your fear acting as dictator. Your success is in what you make of your fear, and how you step out of it.
Trust that YOU have what it takes to lead effectively. Stop the second-guessing and shoulding.