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The First Draft

The First Draft

I have come to learn, accept and embrace that every first draft of whatever I am creating will end up crumpled on the floor. Accepting this fact is liberating. It allows me to freely create without constraints, without over thinking, without self-judgment; which gets me closer to my authentic voice....
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The Mess

The Mess

If I only look at the mess I miss his beauty: He is never late for workHe makes his own mealsHe does his own groceriesHe maintains his carHe does the household choresHe manages his budgetHe journalsHe is a loving son and brother How we see others determines how we treat...
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Two Great Teachers

Two Great Teachers

These two humans, Sam and Sarah, have been two of my greatest teachers. They have taught me… How to be patientHow to be humbleHow to step upHow to let goHow to communicate more effectivelyHow to honour my valuesHow to love unconditionally They have taught me how to be a better...
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Leading By Example

Leading By Example

Everyday I lead by example. There’s a saying, “people don’t watch you speak, they watch your feet”. The question I keep asking myself is “what example am I setting in this moment?” So whether I am participating in a client strategic planning session, facilitating a workshop, ordering a meal at...
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Take the First Step

There’s a difference between knowing what to do and doing what needs to be done. The thinking is easy, the doing is hard. My guess is you have done enough thinking. You’re ready for the doing. Take your first step
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Preferences

I prefer… Cream in my tea over milkDogs over catsMashed potatoes over baked potatoesComedies over Sci-fi You most likely have different preferences than me. My preferences don’t make me right. And your preferences don’t make you right. They’re just our preferences. Preferences can (and often do) change. Preferences are an...
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