8 Tips for Avoiding (WFH) Burnout

On March 13, we “celebrated” the one year anniversary of the COVID-19 quarantine. We were sent home with our computers, tasks, and sobering truths about the pandemic. This new adventure was a little exciting at first – we got to work from home in our pajamas with our pets. But, over time, the line between work and home blurred, we...

You Don’t Know Your “Why” – The Five Stages of Grief

In 2009, Simon Sinek wrote his acclaimed bestseller “Start With Why,” and if you’re late to the party and haven’t read it yet, the premise is exactly what it sounds like: Before you start anything, identify your "why." For most of us, 2009 was defined by the debut of Modern Family, the song, “I Got A Feeling” by the Black...

2020: More Questions than Answers

I attended EDGE X 2020 this year and felt like I had left with more questions than answers. I believe one reason for this is that my favorite speaker, Jo Saxton, spent most of her talk asking them.  There is power in asking questions.  They bring us to a halt. They make us pause and think. They make us slow...

ROI: Return on Inspiration

The power of hobbies to impact our performance and long-term health. 2020 has been a year of constant change, and with that, constant stress and strain. The importance of mental health and staying inspired has taken on new meaning during this global pandemic, and everyone has dealt with the strain in different ways. But the challenge of staying inspired and...

Three Tips on Intentionality in the Workday

Ready for a quick read that could make a huge impact on your life? We hope this will be three minutes well spent.  Amidst our chaotic lives, it can feel difficult to keep up, let alone be intentional with our words, thoughts, and actions. At times, it's tempting to consider simply checking items off a to-do list as success. But…...