Ten Skill-Building Things I Learned from World of Warcraft

“All work and no play doesn’t just make Jill and Jack dull, it kills the potential of discovery, mastery, and openness to change and flexibility and it hinders in innovation and invention. Jolie Godfrey The gift of childhood When we were children, we had no idea what we were good at. We just had anContinue reading “Ten Skill-Building Things I Learned from World of Warcraft”

Five Ways We Can Take Time to See Others

“Just as ripples spread out when a pebble is dropped into water, the actions of individuals can have far-reaching impacts” Dalai Lama Traveling again I was traveling recently for work; I know rare these days, right? Anyway, I had an experience that reminded me how important it is to take the time to see peopleContinue reading “Five Ways We Can Take Time to See Others”

A Playful Heart Builds Equity

Our ability to reach unity and diversity will be the beauty and the test of our civilization. Mahatma Gandhi When I was a child, my favorite doll was Barbie. She was so cool. She had a plane, a convertible, and a camper. My best friend, Darrin, played the part of Ken, my assistant. Darrin andContinue reading “A Playful Heart Builds Equity”

Five Ways to Become a Continuous Learner

“I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious.” – Albert Einstein Not So Long Ago… I grew up with a rotary phone, a long cord, and an endless struggle with my parents and brother on who gets to use the phone and for how long. By the time I got to college, weContinue reading “Five Ways to Become a Continuous Learner”

Five ways to give yourself a break

Sometimes you gotta take a break from all the noise to appreciate the beauty of silence. Robert Tew Why? I started my blog for many reasons. I love to write, I want to help others, I want to share my imperfect life as a way to show imperfection is more than ok, and it alsoContinue reading “Five ways to give yourself a break”