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Coming Down After Cresting

Coming Down After Cresting

We’ve all experienced highs in our lives as we reach the top of a big wave that may have swelled for a long time: winning a prize, securing something we’ve been working toward for years, getting married, having a baby, buying a house, going on a big trip, starting a...
Trust

Trust

One of the most important components of a healthy, functional workplace is trust. And yet in many ways, trust remains a little elusive. We all know what it is, even though we rarely put it into words. Allow me to try: trust is to believe in someone despite...
Facilitating Through Storytelling

Facilitating Through Storytelling

Stories have always been a vital way for humans to communicate—across ancient campfires, in handwritten manuscripts, and now on television, in movies, and books. I wonder, though, if in our current age we’re missing opportunities to engage the full power of stories. I...
Cultivating Boredom

Cultivating Boredom

Lately I’ve been cultivating boredom. If someone had told me when I was eight years old that one day I’d make myself bored on purpose, I’d have laughed at them. I could never understand why my mother always said that being bored is good for you. When I came of age,...
Negative Comments

Negative Comments

A bronze sculpture I was commissioned to create was unveiled recently, and reading various reactions on social media opened my eyes to something I need to work on. The response to this public art piece has been largely very positive—and I’m grateful—but there have...