My friend Michelle passed along Susan David's article on courage in the face of fear. What dawned on me as I read it was that talking about the pain and discomfort of doing hard things is as important as talking about the why and how of doing hard things. My
No story this week, just snippets of good stuff I've heard lately... * "Able-bodiness is a temporary state for everyone." I heard this on a public radio interview and it just blew my mind - and reframed how I was thinking about my own aging body. The person went on to
Two short stories for your weekend... What do you do?Years ago, I was at a wedding where I was seated next to a man I didn’t know during the dinner. I felt nervous and out of sorts - I didn’t know anyone seated near me and they
I read this during Passover and it made me remember that the work of getting out of one's own way is as old as mankind. Occasionally, I manage it. Here's a story of the most recent time I took an old habit and kicked it to the curb. We are
It's been rainy and cold here in California. As a result, I find myself cozying up to lots of distractions. Here are the standouts: Movies The Woman King - a phenomenal movie and a rare example of a movie that gets better and better as it goes along. Viola Davis'
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