To pay my bills, fund my coffee addiction and enable cocktail meetings with friends, I have a day job. Too often, it has felt like a day & night job for all the thinking about it that I do. I have now officially been in the corporate world for 7 years, which is exactly 6 more than I was planning. Turns out, it can be a fairly inoccuous way to make a living, occasionally interesting, often frustrating, but has worked fairly well for me (minus the crazy-making managers I've had in the past number of years). Well, things are a-changing in my work life, ready or not: my job in leadership learning & development will no longer exist in its current form come the end of the year. In the meantime, I have been "mapped" to a "transitional manager" and "selection" will commence next month for who is staying and who is going (such friendly vocabulary, no?). Which means I have at least one more month of ambiguity (following what has already been, oh, f
"In the midst of winter I found in me an Invincible Summer." - Camus ...On exploring strength in its many forms: strong people, strong writing, strong curiosity, obsessions, stances, and loves. Strength as a concept wide enough to encompass fear, truth, vulnerability, and joy.