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What’s your “David”?

What’s your “David”?

The story goes that when asked how he was able to carve the statue of David, Michelangelo explained that he chipped away everything that didn’t look like David. It’s a fabulous peek into the mind of a creative genius. And it’s also a pretty good guideline for finding...
Connection in the Time of Co-conuts

Connection in the Time of Co-conuts

First of all, I start this post by defining a term: In order to deflate the power attached to the current virus that has such a hold on our lives and decisions, I have renamed it. I call it co-conuts. Clearly, co-conuts has become too much of a focus in our lives of...
Diving into the Dash

Diving into the Dash

If you aren’t aware, my father recently left this life. As you can probably imagine, I’m doing a lot of processing since he passed on. As you can probably imagine, I’m doing a lot of processing since my father passed on from this world. And, appropriately, Dad keeps...
The Roles we Play

The Roles we Play

The choices we make and the way we act are influenced by several different things. For example, we act differently based on the environment we’re in. Think about how you act at work versus how you act at a restaurant or at a child’s birthday party. Age also impacts...
The time that’s left

The time that’s left

Every week as I’m getting the compost, recycling and garbage bins ready to take to the curb for pick-up, I always think: Wow, it’s Tuesday again. Where did the past week go? Have you noticed that days seem to blur together – especially now when we’re much more...
24 Hours

24 Hours

I know you’ve read before about high-powered women and how they have same amount of time in a day to achieve miracles, build empires and change lives as you do to get the kids to school (on time, if you’re lucky), get most of your work done before 5 o’clock (but only...

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