Before opening his menu to order breakfast, Scott reeled off updates on his life. His concern? “It’s turning into a season.” (An extended life experience instead of a speed bump.)
Last week a key player on his team suffered a stroke….
Her control-oriented manager was frustrated letting Sara know all that she was doing wrong. The emotion was equal to the frustration, “It’s a good thing I didn’t come to your office yesterday or I would have walked you out the door right then.”
Sara’s manager represents another hostage of “out-of-control” behavior….
Last week, I shared my story of planning and hosting a family reunion. How something so “once-in-a-life-time” became stressful. There’s more to discover.
As a recovering perfectionist, my desire for everything to be “perfect” casually slipped into trying to control.
You and I know that…
They journeyed from Southern California, New York, Nebraska, Kansas, and Oklahoma City. Scattered by the Story, we created space for a family reunion in Tulsa.
Hosting something so “once-in-a-life-time” can be stressful. I wanted everything to be “perfect” for my family.
Sound familiar? What about the way you work…
“Is the glass half empty or half full?”
Google the phrase and you’ll see Wikipedia places “half empty” in front of “half full.”
Interesting. Why is the wording not, “Is the glass half full or half empty?”
This idiom promotes a way to explore differing worldviews and illustrates…