This is the tale, a true one, of how I fell in love with the Old Boys Club, and the difference an open heart can make.
Do you ever experience your work as a spiritual practice? A man laments to his rabbi: “I’m frustrated that my work leaves me no time for study or prayer.” The rabbi replies: “Perhaps your work is more pleasing to G-d than study or prayer.”
You’re invited on a diversity and inclusion journey that visits the strivings of our souls and the longing in our hearts.
This is for you, and you, and you, and anyone who has ever asked, am I enough.
One Earthday in the 1990s, Earthday founder Senator Gaylord Nelson took respite at our house…. The rest of the story involves 6-year old boys, lots of mud, weapons of destruction, and a very gracious senator.
In this post, I lose a battle for living generously and learn how to receive. Whether you win or lose, acts of generosity are a great way to start the day.
I was not having it all, when Anne-Marie Slaughter’s article Why Women Still Can’t Have It All, caused an uproar. When I stopped having the travel part of IT ALL, I had time to write that the real question is how to change the gender based determination of which ITs men can have and which […]
She works hard to keep the words held tightly inside. Sometimes it seems they are going to leap off her tongue, but she seals her lips, On occasion, if you look closely, you will see that her lips open, just a hair’s width, as if she might let the words out, as if she actually […]
Nothing had changed and everything was different. Nothing was different. Only I had changed.
You would be amazed at how much it means to an employee, peer, customer or vendor when a busy executive takes the time to write and send a note via snail mail in this day of instant messages, voice mail, texting, twitter, email etc.