Do You Have a Warped Frame on this Disruption?

Do You Have a Warped Frame on this Disruption?

Over the years I have framed a lot of pictures. Back in eighties I was really into botanical prints. I would search antique stores for yellow-edged pictures of iron weed or day lilies and customize mats and frames for each unique print. It was a cool little hobby and...
Be Someone Smart and Build Your Resilience

Be Someone Smart and Build Your Resilience

I love smart people. Really. Think about it. If you’re like me, some days you wake up and think you know nothing. You have a problem to solve, a project to finish or just in a quandary for next steps. What do you do? If you’re like most successful professionals, you...
COVID Brain – It isn’t just your imagination

COVID Brain – It isn’t just your imagination

Have you recently walked in a room and forgotten why? Were you SURE that you completed a task, only to find out you really didn’t? Does your work sometimes seem confusing? Guess what? You may be experiencing COVID19 brain. It is a thing. In an article in INC Magazine,...
How Do You Handle an OVERreactor

How Do You Handle an OVERreactor

It is 3:00 am. Here we go again. “woof, woof, WOOOFFF!” “Phil be quiet, it’s the air conditioner!” Phil is my 9-month-old Bernadoodle puppy. And lately Phil has been waking up in the middle of the night. And barking. And barking. It can be the AC cycling on, the...
How do you care for a care giver?

How do you care for a care giver?

She does not wear a cape. He is not able to leap tall building in a single bound. And she certainly does not shoot spider webs from her wrists. But caregivers need to be elevated to heroes regardless. And they should be. Anyone who has been a caregiver, either...