We’re Greater in a Group

We’re Greater in a Group

I learned something new recently. A group of giraffes are referred to as a tower. They are also a herd, the common noun for a group of mammals, but they have other collective names as well: a journey, or the aforementioned tower, which is how I like to think of them:...
What Do You See?

What Do You See?

Are you a glass-half-full or a glass-half-empty person? Or, are you a “Neither, there is NO GLASS” pessimist? Or, are you a “We’re all trapped in this giant glass” existentialist? When you look, what do you see? Opportunities or...
Grow at Your Own Pace

Grow at Your Own Pace

A friend propagated a plant and divided it among nine friends at an annual gathering. It was meant to symbolize our continued growth in our individual areas of business. We would each grow on our own, separately and from afar. Yet, we’d symbolically grow...
Letting Go of What No Longer Serves You

Letting Go of What No Longer Serves You

I was walking the dog when I noticed it. I do my best thinking while walking and I often “see” things at the time (though, admittedly,¬†things are not always as they seem). This time I saw a tree unlike the others. It’s winter here in Connecticut and...
The Positivity of Pointless Pursuits

The Positivity of Pointless Pursuits

Does anyone care about blogs anymore? Aren’t they passe? Shouldn’t I be podcasting, hosting a room on Clubhouse, or awkwardly dancing my way through Tik-Tok? (I can hear my teen daughter begging me not to do that…) I’ve always been somewhat...