Tag: eye on the prize

  • The Mirror | ‘When he woke again, he didn’t jump. He didn’t even try’

    The Mirror | ‘When he woke again, he didn’t jump. He didn’t even try’

    I’m putting together a 4-week online short course with all new content for my seasonal reflection workshop, The Mirror. One of the stories I wanted to put into it is about a grasshopper. I was trying to find that story online so I could include or link to it. I…

  • ‘We can choose courage or we can choose comfort, but we can’t have both:’ Brené Brown

    ‘We can choose courage or we can choose comfort, but we can’t have both:’ Brené Brown

    ‘I want to be in the arena. I want to be brave with my life. And when we make the choice to dare greatly, we sign up to get our asses kicked. ‘We can choose courage or we can choose comfort, but we can’t have both. Not at the same…

  • ‘The reality is that most of us have had hurt experiences in which we learned to care:’ Harvard Professor Marshall Ganz

    ‘The reality is that most of us have had hurt experiences in which we learned to care:’ Harvard Professor Marshall Ganz

    In an article called, “To Allow Yourself to be Seen So That You Can See Others is Very Powerful”, Harvard Kennedy School Professor Marshall Ganz writes on narrative for social change. I found it on one of the sites I read sometimes, to keep up with news in journalism. Relevant, because…

  • Protected: Expansive thinking

    Protected: Expansive thinking

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  • Purpose | ‘I’m home,’ Phil Cha’s TEDx about 10 years of travel

    I like this video. Phil Cha goes on the road. For ten years. To figure out, ‘Who am I?’ Boy, I can relate to that. Nine years in mostly Phnom Penh, now, with a year on the road before that, to scope out the scene and ‘practice the uncertain, the…

  • ‘Is your purpose just a poster on the wall?’

    ‘Is your purpose just a poster on the wall?’

    Michael McFall writes in a Forbes article called ‘Employees Want Purpose at Work: How to Deliver on this Priority‘: Step 1: Define your purpose. Company leaders can’t help their employees discover and live their purposes until they complete the hard work of introspection and identification to define their own, and their business’s. This…

  • Time for Us

    Time for Us

    ‘Time for Us’ is a workshop created by Design Kompany for leaders, and their teams. Make ‘Time for Us’ with your team. WHO THIS IS FOR. ‘Time for Us’ is designed for: Those exploring a pandemic-shifted re-focus Recalibration with teams and finding alignment Team-building through authentic sharing Goalsetting Evaluating goals (individuals…

  • Purpose | Anything is possible

    Purpose | Anything is possible

    Today marks the beginning of the next set of things.

  • Living with intention: To reach your goals, know what they are, and set your plans to reach them

    It’s subjective, this idea of what a ‘life well lived’ truly means. I know that not everyone believes in setting goals, and aiming for them, and trying to realize your best version of yourself. Some people are not able to make that a priority, and I understand that the day…

  • Mirror | Expert on ‘knowing what matters and if you achieved it’

    Qualitative sciences are curious, sometimes. I found something written by Philip Kitcher in his book, The Lives to Come. Not saying that you should read the book, it wasn’t that interesting, but this part was very curious to me. I’ll paraphrase. The author lists three ways, according to him, that one can…