Most of my life, I have been some form of wander/wonder. My very first AOL name has a reference to Stevie Wonder. Looking back, I realize it's because I have always been someone who questions. Today, I call myself the wanderer because I realize I move through life knowing with certainty that the universe is … Continue reading Wandering…
Reposted from our sister site - https://poetictigress.com/2017/07/06/unprotected/ Definition of vulnerable : capable of being physically or emotionally wounded This essay birthed itself from the universe. In the last few months, I have been talking about vulnerability non-stop. I have had more discussions on what it means, making spaces for it in romantic relationships and reading articles like this … Continue reading Unprotected
I looked up the definition of overwhelmed - "bury or drown beneath a huge mass."and to say I screamed at the laptop "You don't know my life" is an understatement as I think about the mountains in my life - unfolded laundry, emails to send, blogs to write, dashboards to complete, runs to schedule and … Continue reading Finding a Shovel
This is a story of my family. I have a relative that has held a grudge against certain members of my family for almost her entire life. She is in her 70s now and has held this grudge for more than 50 years. It has caused her to lie, cheat, and steal and that is … Continue reading Holding On
Here you will find a running list of my favorite things Books: Articles Websites *we may earn a small commission on items bought through the links here
Let's start with some honesty - I do not know what The Wanderer's Corner is - yet. I can say that it will be a journey and give you some background on why I decided to create this passion project. For several years I have been doing workshops, webinars, coaching groups, coaching individuals and lots … Continue reading What is The Wanderer’s Corner?
By my own count, I have read well over 1,000 resumes and probably closer to 2,000. Without an analytical study, I would say only 15% of those resumes were resumes that screamed a loud "YES, hire me for this job!" Probably another 30% were just mediocre and I would estimate that a full 50% actively … Continue reading You Are Great, Your Resume Is Not