Happy new year! I know, I know… it’s a bit late. I was busy. But still, happy new year! Continue reading Into 2021: What kind of performance people need
I’ve noticed something. It’s the little things people say unconsciously.
When you ask someone how they’re doing, there’s a range of automated responses. You know, something like this: Continue reading Taking stock and gazing heavenward
Allow me to offer my thoughts, just as they are, at this stage in the year. I’ve been reflecting deeply over the past few months, and in the interests of brevity (and yours and my own attention span), here’s a snapshot.
I’m an ardent fan of Sting. Not just his music, but I enjoy his perspective on things. His worldview is a wonderful resource for me, personally.Continue reading A human being’s reflection at the end of 2020
In my work with young children, there’s generally a lot of noise and a lot of movement involved. You know, like a lot. It’s much like the earth’s population at the moment: noisy and hurried. As we start the countdown to Christmas 2020, I ask the question: what is the world teaching this young generation? And what are they learning? Continue reading A clothes line, class discussion and profound insight
The importance of music in our world now cannot be overstated, I don’t think. Continue reading Why music will get us through
Dreams are strange things. I find they’re like vaporous visions in my psyche these days, amidst the demands of modern life. Continue reading The lure of dreaming
There’s something to be said for the role time plays in allowing us to problem-solve. Many of my conversations at the moment seem to be highlighting the fact that this year has brought about a more acute 2020 vision than they could ever have imagined. Continue reading The age of crazy
There are a number of really great photographers out there. Recently, I got to do some cool stuff with Troy Bishop. Continue reading Photoshoot with Troy Bishop: Behind The Scenes
Winter has a beauty all of its own. Continue reading The issue of #struggles
There’s both the profound and the ridiculous that we could chat about when it comes to the year 2020 and all those “vision” quips everyone was throwing about at the beginning of the year. Such is the benefit of hindsight. (Lol or don’t at the pun, but it’s true.) Continue reading Smiling in the midst of mayhem