When you’re stuck worrying about how things will work out, how do you get started? How do you overcome your desire to control the outcomes of your efforts?
Listen to my musings on Roberto Benigni and the transformational power of play. What is beauty for you?
Routines: How do they help support you in those you seek to serve? How do they get crusty? How aware of your routines are you? How can you make conscious choices around your routines to have a more fulfilling life?
Happy new year. What kid of mess did you get into last night?
Life is absurd. How serious do you want to take it? How important do you want to make it? Do you play to win, play to have fun or play not to lose? How does your approach to play impact your satisfaction with life?
In your work every day, how does seeing the results of your work impact you? How do you experience satisfaction? Do you take time to ‘look on your work and call it good’? Do you have any repetitive tasks that you can zone out on? How do these actions impact your ability to deliver great service?
When I lived in Paris, My teacher Philippe Gaulier would say: When you feel embarrassed, it means your clown is near. Clowns are powerful agents of change. Clowns put us in touch with our humility, our humanity. Clowns allow us to see the divine imperfection within ourselves and each other. Here is an embarrassing story about me that reveals the kind of clown I am. Trying to be perfect can lead to burn out. Laughing at ourselves is a path to transcendence.
My podcast is mostly about how to help people. This podcast is about someone who helps me.
Every two and three year old child knows this word. It’s very small yet incredibly powerful. This simple word can change your life. You just need to know how and when to use it. Listen to the podcast to find out how you can change your life with one simple word.
Children frequently love the boxes the toys came in more than the toys themselves. These unintended gifts are inexpensive and expansive. The leave room for the imagination and free play. What unintended gifts do you deliver to your clients everyday? How does this enhance your work?