Some Days, We Come Full Circle

London.  The city where I fell in love with retail (and my partner…).  The city where I became fascinated with corporate law and walking cities, paving the way for the life and career that lay ahead of me.  The city where, almost twenty years later, I just celebrated the opening of my company’s first international... Continue Reading →

Some Days, We Judge Not

As lawyers, judgment is something that is inextricably woven into the fabric of our work and our professionally trained minds.  Spend a little time on social media, and you’ll see judgement is also increasingly a foundation of our broader society’s interpersonal discourse.  Yet, as humans, this disposition doesn’t always serve us. The other day, a... Continue Reading →

Some Days, We Have Great Expectations

Being a grown up.  That big move.  Marriage.  Having kids.  The promotion you’ve been working towards.  The career you thought you wanted.  We have great expectations.  About all sorts of things.  And it’s wonderful and exciting.  Developing a vision for what is possible is powerful and motivating.  It’s that fire that keeps you engaged and... Continue Reading →

Some Days, We Are Reborn

Each year at this time, as the birds start to chirp and the cherry blossoms burst in the cool spring skyline, I am taken with the metaphor of rebirth.   For as long as I can remember, and most certainly since I was old enough to yearn for something more, this time gave me hope,... Continue Reading →

Some Days, It Breaks You

Have you ever had those days, weeks, months, years where it feels like it just breaks you?  I know, the canned response is “Don’t worry.  It won’t break you.”  I have a different perspective for you to consider.  What if breaking is necessary?  What if it is part of the transformation process? I don’t know... Continue Reading →

Some Days, Everything Changes

There are seasons in life. And every season has a start and an end. Though, maybe not as much an end as a connection to a broader evolution. The leaves begin to fall in subtle glimmers of gold, ruby and amber, then you look a few weeks later and the knobby branches are bare. Wintering... Continue Reading →

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