Part of being human is that we get anxious.
And no human can opt out of experiencing anxiety.
It visits all of us at varying times in our lives, and to varying degrees.
But what if you can reframe anxiety in a way that you see it as a friend, rather than a foe.
What if your anxiety could help you grow?
I explore this and what it means to be anxious. And how we often misinterpret critical passages and understandings on this topic.
Todd Sandel (CEO and Founder of The SouthCity Group) and I discuss the importance of play and rest at home and in organizations.
One of the most important things leaders can do is model from top down the importance of play and rest to their teams.
Todd Sandel (CEO and founder of The SouthCity Group) and I continue our conversation around leadership during this time of uncertainty due to COVID-19.
In this episode we address leadership drift due to overworking and trying to prove ourselves worthy of adding value.
In my ongoing conversations with Todd Sandel (CEO and founder of The SouthCity Group), we discuss the difference between personal wellness and productivity. One leads to burnout, while the other can lead to a thriving home and organization.
Todd Sandel (CEO and founder of The SouthCity Group) and I continue our conversation about leadership during this time of uncertainty.
In today's episode we focus on the habits and routines that help leaders and their organizations thrive during this time. As well as talking about what that looks like in the home. Specifically the importance of tuning in with one another.
In this interview I chat with CEO and founder of The SouthCity Group Todd Sandel about how leaders can navigate this time of uncertainty.
We discuss the metaphor of trimming the sails and how leaders and their teams can identify and prioritize what is most important during this time.
This is critical in organizations and in the home.
Yesterday I posted a short video on the movement from orientation to disorientation to new orientation. I first learned it by this name and paradigm by reading Walter Brueggemann's work, The Message of the Psalms.
The movement itself is as old as humanity, and it is a movement that we all go through in our lives.
Currently we are in a period of global and national and local disorientation -- together -- I hope that we move into a newness when COVID-19 subsides, and that we just don't go back to our old ways. Because disorientation brings about growth.
There is an opportunity for us to be a new kind of people and community.