You know how people say "the squeaky wheel gets the grease"? I always thought that was some derivative (or at least second cousin) of the Biblical principal "you have not because you ask not". We understand that we need to ask for what we need: out of life, in relationships, from our careers or even [...]
In business, as in life, certain words catch hold and quickly become a part of everyday vernacular. A word I've heard a lot of lately is align. Of course, once you take notice of a word it feels like you hear it everywhere. While I've been thinking about what this word means, it helps that I have a very good visual reference. Here is what I learned from an unpleasant encounter last week.
Settling into myself in my thirties has been so rewarding. I have things I still want to work on, of course, but my direction is set and I've learned to keep moving - challenges and all. It took me time, trial and much error to get here - to a place where my moves are purposed and not reactionary. Now that I am here, I am getting comfortable.