Is there value in disciplining our minds to choose to focus on what we can be doing to make the most of this situation? Or are we bypassing an important process if we don’t dwell in mourning and sense of loss?
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Waste not want not
As I keep up with some of the experiences people are sharing during physical distancing, what struck me is how much less food we are wasting. As we limit our visits to the store, we are identifying and enjoying first all that we have in our kitchen. We are finding that our kitchen holds moreContinue reading “Waste not want not”
Emergencies are overrated as a response mechanism. Preparation and prevention are about to become a more popular alternative…My generation was the dominant voice for sixty years. A voice that worried about the next 24 hours, not the next 24 years. That’s about to shift, regardless of what year you were born. Seth Godin about GenerationContinue reading “This shift”