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Pandemic Predictions Part One: Work

Pandemic Predictions Part One: Work

This is the first in an ongoing series of Pandemic Predictions – posts exploring what might change over the course of this pandemic, not in terms of the virus, but in terms of our personal, professional, and cultural responses. I know many people are already...

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From Entrepreneur to Procrastinateur

From Entrepreneur to Procrastinateur

Today I had the exact kind of morning that I don’t like, and I’m wondering if it’s familiar to any of you. I’ve already written about moments of paralysis and anxiety, when you just kind of stop. I’ve written about the need to connect deeply with our own humanity and...

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Where Did the Time Go?

Where Did the Time Go?

Have you noticed that time is completely different now? I normally have a very well-developed sense of time, as though I swallowed a watch at some point. Years of facilitating workshops and moderating conferences left me confident in my ability to know how much time...

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Paralysis and Resilience In This Pandemic

Paralysis and Resilience In This Pandemic

Have you found yourself feeling paralyzed at all recently? If you read my last post, you’ll know you are not alone. I’m finding at least once a day, and sometimes more, I’m hit by a wave of panic or fear or worry and my reptilian brain takes over. I go into...

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Meltdowns Are OK

Meltdowns Are OK

This is a tale of three meltdowns. I’m sure there are many similar stories emerging around the world right now. Meltdown #1: The overwhelmed five-year-old A man I work with had to postpone a Zoom meeting because his almost-five-year-old daughter had reached the end of...

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A Smile At The Grocery Store

A Smile At The Grocery Store

This is the Second Part in a Two-Part Series. If you missed it last week, here is Part One. After I finished my chat with the naturopath at the health food store, I went to the bigger grocery store. I was feeling trepidation about going, but I quickly found the store...

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