My grad school classes are starting up for the Summer Term and I’m thinking about what it means to be studying change management during this time of upheaval.
When we eliminate the clutter and the noise, we can create space for the voices that most need to be heard.
How am I a human resource? Simple, I’m not.
In which I learn something disturbing and am reminded of something beautiful.
More than the right words, authenticity is what counts most.
This year, the first night of Passover was unlike any other. However, that’s what made it perfect.
As I’ve written before, positivity can be toxic. In the throes of the COVID19 crisis, it’s important that we stay vigilant and call out actions that serve to shame those struggling with anxiety, depression, and other challenging circumstances.
A quantum mechanics principle provides a way to explain the depression I’m feeling from social distancing and quarantine.
Entering the homestretch of my medication taper and trying to discern what is frustration from social distancing and quarantine and what are symptoms of depression. There’s very little difference.
COVID-19 is a dress rehearsal for climate change. What we do with what we learn from this crisis will determine our future on Earth.