Let’s do a mental check. Ready? Do you live in the present moment? Or spend more time worrying about what has happened or what is going to happen? Do you pay close attention to what’s happening around you, using your senses and intuition? Or are you more inwardly focused, missing some of what’s going on? […]
All around us every day, there are examples of how we live with choices. I see it in my 14-year old son, as he continues learning consequences of his words and actions (or lack thereof). I see it in the executive I advise, as she navigates her new role and moves from the more technical
Life on the farm is hard. We post a lot of beautiful pictures because it really is beautiful here. But it’s also very challenging. Managing lots of animals, predators, food supply, projects, all the people who live here, and time, which is ALWAYS in short supply, is hard. This time of year is particularly challenging.
“He needs to have better control over what his people are producing!” said the exasperated executive at the other end of the phone. “I don’t know why he would think it was okay to put his team member up there to make a presentation when clearly the man wasn’t prepared. The presentation and report were