Just as many around the world were feeling the impacts of impending shutdowns, my business was rocked with a major shift. Within the first weeks of the pandemic, a year’s worth of live keynote speeches and seminars were suddenly canceled. Like an earthquake, the reality
If you’re anything like me, over the last couple of months in quarantine, you’ve probably felt a little “chaotic”, working through your to-do list while (attempting) to juggle working from home, and even caring for kids (phew!).
You have enormous potential to recreate yourself. When you listen to those with opposing views, cultivate the courage to examine your own, and dare to extend yourself, you’ll create the right kind of magic.
The great Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “Learn from the mistakes of others. You can't live long enough to make them all yourself” and she was right.
Recently, I was reminded of this lesson again, when I fumbled a Zoom presentation. Even with the years of experience and countless virtual
I’ve always loved the idea of the Butterfly Effect. The idea that a butterfly can flap its wings and create a tidal wave thousands of miles away: That our actions, no matter how seemingly insignificant, impact the whole of society and the health of our