Fear and Multitasking

On the outside, everything is fantastic. The job, great office, wonderful family, and good health. On the inside, there is a different picture. Feelings inadequacy, self-doubt, and failure. The paralyzation to move forward brought on by fear and what seems to be endless tasks and assignments. The feelings of over-committing and spreading yourself too thin. … More Fear and Multitasking

Leadership Lessons From a 5th Grade Teacher 

My daughters started back at school, yesterday. It was a day filled with excitement and joy. Hearing their stories at dinner was entertaining. My 5th grader already had an assignment from her teacher to write a letter. It’s an introduction letter to the teacher so she can learn about my daughter’s likes and dislikes, hobbies, … More Leadership Lessons From a 5th Grade Teacher 

I’ve Been Blogging for 6 Months and This is What I’ve Learned

This blog is 6 months old and I thought I’d share some learnings from the experience, so far. I ripped this title concept off from the Runner’s World segments. They crack me up. One’s like this one. I digress. After 119 posts, I’m really not sure what I’ve learned, but I’m going to try to … More I’ve Been Blogging for 6 Months and This is What I’ve Learned