This week, I did a thing! Our MindfulMBA space expanded a bit just days ago (!!) with the addition of Tashi Collective, a virtual community dedicated to mindfulness, movement, and real talk about big ideas. I’m so excited about this new creation, and reallllly jazzed to share it with you. And don’t worry…Read More
I’ve been having a lot of conversations lately. They’re on Zoom of course, because where else do people talk? I’ve forgotten any other way. Lockdown-inspired sarcasm aside, I’ve been talking to lots of clients and students and colleagues and friends about “these times” we’re living in. We cover lots of different subjects, on the surface at least, but we end up arriving at the same set of questions.
You know how there’s supposed to be this thing you’re doing in life of “getting to know yourself”? You’re out there trying to to figure out what is most important to you, how and with whom you want to spend your time, and most of all…WHAT YOU’RE GOOD AT. You know, so you can do more of that, and less of the things you aren’t so good at.
That’s smart right? Leveraging your strengths, going from good to indisputably great.
I mean, yeah. Sure. If you like playing it relatively safe most of the time.