Re-Narrating your Stories: A Fireside Chat for the Ei Evolution Learning Lounge Series

The video of my July 21, 2021 Fireside Chat with Sandra Thompson of Ei Evolution about the stories we carry about ourselves and others, and how these stories can be used to understand the remote work/office culture dynamics:

The False Lure of the Absolutes

This is the BEST BLOG POST THE WORLD HAS EVER SEEN. Well, in truth, that’s rather doubtful. But, how often lately are we seeing claims in the news and on social media that proclaim that someone or something is the MOST (something) EVER? Far too often, in my opinion. It’s one thing for us toContinue reading “The False Lure of the Absolutes”

Where Am I Now? Feeling into the Liminal Space

Have you ever experienced a time where you felt “between” things? Perhaps, between this phase of your life and the next? A time when there is no movement and no clarity on which way to go in your life, or no way to get where you think you should be. If so, you are inContinue reading “Where Am I Now? Feeling into the Liminal Space”

Unstorying as a Tool to Creating Closer, Happier, and more Healthy School Community

In a school environment, a place where the education of the child is paramount, it is the attitudes and self-​awareness of​ the teachers, administration, and parents that can often alter the atmosphere immeasurably, and allow real learning to take place. Learning does not consist solely of academic subjects, the arts, technical skills, and sports, but encompasses skills andContinue reading “Unstorying as a Tool to Creating Closer, Happier, and more Healthy School Community”

I see my stories… So am I done?

A student asked me: “I see my stories… So am I done?” Un-Storying is not ultimately an intellectual process. The first stages can be seen that way, though, as we step back and see the constructed reality we’ve been living, and strive to understand how we’ve created it. That’s not to say necessarily, why thingsContinue reading “I see my stories… So am I done?”