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2016 Annual Report

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This annual report is a way to share what I’m celebrating in my body of work, as well as intentions for this new year. As always, I write these reports not to toot my own horn (though I suppose a bit of that is okay!), but to serve as a model for the importance of reflection in a business — and in life.

As I sit down to write this year’s edition, the Indian parable of the elephant and the six blind men comes to mind. In the story, each man comes into contact with a different part of the elephant – the tail, trunk, ear, belly, tusk, and leg. And each thinks it’s a different object or animal, depending on what part of the elephant he is perceiving. In a similar way, many of you know different aspects of me and my work – writer, consultant, coach, facilitator, teacher. You may look at my Facebook posts and other things I send out the world and wonder, “What the heck is she up to now?!” I hope this report gives you a more of the full picture of who I am and what I’m doing. I hope you’ll be able to see the whole elephant : )


A Post-Election Pre-Apocalypse Survival Kit: How to Navigate the New Normal

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from The Imaginary Foundation

from The Imaginary Foundation

 Things are not getting worse, they are getting uncovered.
We must hold each other tight and continue to pull back the veil.

–Adrienne Maree Brown


The unthinkable has happened… a Trump presidency is on its way. While most of us didn’t believe that a Clinton presidency was the answer to everything, it did seem to hold at least a certain sense of stability, of knowing the ground we stand on. That ground no longer exists.

Or at least that’s one way of seeing it. From another viewpoint, this is the ground we’ve been standing on the whole time—a country that was founded, yes, on lofty and admirable principles enshrined in the Constitution, but also on genocide and slavery.

All of this is true of these United States. And more.

Our karma is deep, and it is complicated.


Inviting the World to Transform: 5 Core Intentions

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photo and haiku by Katya Kathy Lesher /

photo and haiku by Katya Kathy Lesher /


Ours is not the task of fixing the entire world all at once, but of stretching out to mend the part of the world that is within our reach….

To display the lantern of soul in shadowy times like these —
to be fierce and to show mercy toward others, both –
are acts of immense bravery and greatest necessity.

~ Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes


The world is on fire.

That’s how it’s felt lately — but I’m not sure that the times we live in are more challenging than any other time in history. Yet we are in them and witnessing suffering unfolding before our eyes. How do we respond? How do we make a difference?

How do we change the world? Is that even the right question?