Storytelling and Real Pain Points

“Mrs. Cavanaugh is a good person,” Zhang Li said as the 41-year-old attorney stood before the judge. “She’s taking responsibility for her own healing. And having quality time with her children is part of that healing process.” The Hon. Maria Santos, in her late 50s with cropped, silver hair, studied Zhang Li for a moment […]


Mindfulness, Learning Agility, Storytelling: Interrelationships

As you grow mindfulness, learning agility, and storytelling habits into strengths, all three will increasingly interrelate and optimize one another. Here’s how.   Mindfulness is the practice of becoming more fully aware of, and attentive to, what’s taking place within and around you. It’s concentration on steroids. Mindfulness habits create a present-moment mindset of curiosity […]


Geeking Out: It’s A Spiritual Quest

This morning, as I look forward to seeing Avengers: End Game, I’ve gained a profound insight regarding why certain entertainment totally pushes my “geek button.” It’s a spiritual thing. A spiritual quest, if you will. I’m fascinated by mindfulness meditation, and have been for most of my life; I just didn’t recognize it as such […]


Don’t Grovel

Here’s some unsolicited advice for you: Don’t grovel. You’re better than that. Wondering if you’re groveling or on the verge of groveling? Take note of your thought stream. Are you actively or mentally preparing yourself to practically beg people to like you, listen to you, recognize what you have to offer, reach out to you, […]


My Favorite Female Writers

My favorite female writers span several genres, and each woman has distinguished herself as a master of her craft. If the ones who are still living got together to form their own literature faculty, the school would be without rival: Toni Morrison, author of Beloved and Song of Solomon Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, author of Americanah and We […]

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