How to become more resilient: A guide for left-brained thinkers

How many times have you read an article on resilience and thought: “That’s great, but now what??”

Or, have you had a friend say: “You HAVE to try mindfulness!!” only to try it and find out that it’s not for you?

If you feel like there’s a gap between recognizing the importance of resilience and understanding where to get started, this article is for you.

(Re)learning to love the down cycle

(Re)learning to love the down cycle

Cycles are everywhere, but we keep trying to change or eliminate them. What do we lose in the process? And what might we gain from (re)learning to love the down cycle?

Messy problems

How to solve messy problems (Part II)

In Part II of this series on solving messy problems, we talk about how to properly articulate a challenge, building the case for change, defining success, and determining the root causes of the problem.

Messy problems

How to solve messy problems (Part I)

Sooner or later, we’re going to have to start fixing things. A lot of things. And herein lies the problem: Most of us aren’t that good at translating our desire for change into real world impact.