We’ve been hearing from a lot of our clients, colleagues, families, and friends that coming off of the Memorial Day weekend, people are heavy with grief, exhaustion, and frustration
As we’ve moved through the initial stages of the pandemic, leaders are exploring when and how to reopen.
This week, pay attention to “how many days are in your mornings”, and explore ways to be present and awake in your moments.
As you lead in your life, in your work, and in your world, remember, there is much that happens when you show up.
With decision fatigue, even the smallest decisions are challenging.
Leaders are most powerful when they pause before acting and ask themselves, “Is what I am about to do or say in alignment with my goals?”
As we make our way through this global pandemic, we have to integrate new understandings of our world.
Structure can support you and your family as we go through this challenging time
Reminding people that they can continue to be social if they connect with people in ways that are socially safe is an act of leadership.
Take good care of yourself and encourage those around you to take good care of themselves.