As the world becomes more fixated on dimensions of leadership, I began noticing the headlines suggesting ways in which leaders were thinking outside of the box. With one news article after another about a leader of an organization implementing the latest eye-catching policy, one major theme struck me. These weren’t leaders just doing things to make the front page. These leaders were doing things that … Continue reading Change, Improve, Thrive
Stop the press! Did you know that people spend approximately 30% or more daydreaming? Let’s take it a step further: Did you know that daydreaming can be helpful to leaders? You read that right. Daydreaming. Letting your mind wander and create a new world of its own. Getting lost in your own thoughts. All of that can be helpful as a leader. Here’s why. . … Continue reading Do You Daydream? Good!
Sleep. Rest. Often used interchangeably, most people understand what is meant when a person asks if you’ve had any sleep/rest? When someone uses one of these words, it is mainly to ask if the body, mind, and spirit has had a chance to relax (uninterrupted) in order to rejuvenate. We all know what rest/sleep looks like when we hear it. I can picture it now. … Continue reading When Do You Sleep?
*Featured image by Pinterest Good morning leaders! I wanted to share one of my other writings with you. I regularly write for Triad Moms on Main and today’s post is about getting activities ready for St. Patrick’s Day for the kids. If you’ve got kids in the house, take a look at ways to get them active, while also learning about the holiday (truths, legends, … Continue reading St. Patrick’s Day Ideas