Here’s where I share thoughts on the work of moving toward our biggest lives and baddest selves.
Sharing the from the midst of completing a 25-year marriage, coach, mediator, facilitator, and friend Kim Kristensen shares how he’s navigating what he’s all up in.
Spoiler: Communicating toward connection doesn’t inherently mean achieving that goal…
I once heard a story about the gods getting salty and deciding to hide the Great Wisdom from us. But what did they hide?
A little ridiculousness because writer’s block (or any other creative block) isn’t a lack of ability to write, it’s a lack of ability to tolerate that we fail to enliven our creative vision – sometimes lots – before we succeed.
Along with the turn of the New Year came an influx of conversations looking toward the coming presidential election in the States. Some thoughts on catastrophizing in a world of hope.
On May 31, 2013, I sat to meditate for the first time. I know the date because I had spent weeks in the run-up to sitting preparing to sit by reading a book of short essays on meditation, The Art of Just Sitting. I remember that because I ordered that book, along with...
What if we practiced being uncomfortable – the kind of uncomfortable that draws us closer to ourselves, others, and our wider world?
I’m more about quality than quantity ingestion these days, especially when it comes to media. These were the most meaningful bits of my 2023 reading, listening, and watching.
Mike Childress is many things – a husband and father, a skilled businessperson behind several businesses, my dear friend, and so many more descriptors, all of which are guided in one leading focus: his Christian faith. That I am not a Christian has not only not prohibited our friendship; our differences are a big part of what has brought us together. More on that in this All Up in It conversation!
What’s it like to take expertise decades in the making into languages into which you’re fluent but now less practiced in? That’s what Dr. Hoda Kilani is all up in!