Noticing resentment

Noticing resentment

Sometimes our fight/flight instinct is really easy to spot – like when we’re in complete procrastination or avoidance mode, or when we’re gripped by email rage (like road rage but with email). Other times it’s more subtle. It doesn’t look...
Struggling to say no?

Struggling to say no?

Saying no is like a muscle. You get stronger with practice. If you know you could use some practice, here are three supporting ideas, curated from Twitter for you. The No folder This is brilliant because often the immediate pain of saying no overshadows the long term...
“Why am I feeling so exhausted?”

“Why am I feeling so exhausted?”

This one’s coming up a LOT recently. Are you feeling it too? One big factor I’ve noticed is all the stuff we’re starting anew. New school year. Return to the office. In person events. Weddings (so many weddings!) There’s a certain intensity to...
Facing change and building space

Facing change and building space

One of the unintended benefits I noticed when the pandemic first hit, and we all had to get used to working and living in a very different way, was that our collective tolerance for imperfection increased. We were all trying new things, reinventing business models and...
End of the world as we know it

End of the world as we know it

There’s something about knowing that we associate deeply with competence, confidence and professionalism. We turn to teachers because we want to know what they know.We follow leaders because we believe they know where they’re going.We give the work to those who know...

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