Content, Distribution, and Ground Squirrels

This may not come as a shock to you unless you live under a rock, but video is everywhere—YouTube, Facebook Live, TikTok, Netflix, Hulu, etc., etc., etc. Video is, of course, used to entertain, educate, and eradicate—sorry, I couldn’t resist the alliteration because as I write this article I am also trying to eradicate some… Read more »

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A Culture of Respect

Did you know that the Hawaiian Islands are the most isolated land mass in the entire world? Hawaii is approximately 2,390 miles from California and a five-hour flight to Los Angeles. The next nearest land mass to the Hawaiian Islands is Japan, approximately 3,850 miles away and an eight-and-a-half-hour flight to Tokyo.

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Pragmatic Idealism

Change is eternal, our need to adapt perpetual. Uncertainty and angst are the order of the day. No one is immune, and every person and organization is recalibrating mission and purpose with the urgency of the displaced.

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#LiveLikeGreg

“I’ve got COVID. Don’t come home.” I had no idea how those six words my husband, Greg, said to me would ultimately change me and my life. In September of 2020, after months of lockdown, confusion, and restlessness, I had decided to take a break—a long weekend in San Diego at the beach to recharge… Read more »

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Connected Yet Disconnected Society

As a 23-year-old entrepreneur, I’ve grown up with tech as a solution. Given that I’m only a couple of days older than Google, it might surprise you that what I’m about to suggest is not tech-related. Instead, it goes back to our core, real-life human connection.

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The Demons Chaos

Are you ever surprised when things that seem to be running fine suddenly get out of control? You have all your ducks in a row and, just when you think everything is in sync, one of the little fluff-bombs waddles off and disrupts the whole journey. What is going on?

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Orienting with the Heart

I moved to Ghana, West Africa, prior to my senior year of undergrad to participate in an education abroad program. I was leaving the comfort that I knew to live in a new culture for an entire year. I traveled farther than ever before to a continent I had never seen. I didn’t know any… Read more »

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Credibility, Integrity, and Accountability

We all have moments when our credibility is on the line, and this was one of them. I was visiting a long-term client’s office, where just two hours prior I had presented a training on conflict and accountability to the entire human resources team. I winced as I heard a highly visible, veteran employee named… Read more »

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Triumph Through Tragedy

The horror that struck a quintessential town in New England rippled across the globe. The loss of innocent young lives and the adults giving service for their futures was, and remains, incomprehensible. From that point on as a parent, that sick feeling inside of “Will my son be safe?” when dropping him off at school… Read more »

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