Category Archives: Remarkability

Perfection Robs You

…of your wholeness. Yes, your wholeness. I see this again and again. The client who has to have everything be perfect. The colleague who can’t let go and say “good enough” when “good enough” is already excellent. The family member who demands so much that the family is at times held hostage by the perfectionist’s … Read More

Maybe I’m Amazed

“When it’s over, I want to say all my life I was a bride married to amazement. I was the bridegroom, taking the world into my arms.” These lines by Mary Oliver, from her poem “When Death Comes” have always stopped me in my tracks. In a speech I gave earlier this year, these lines … Read More

Keep Your Promises to Self

You are remarkable, and maybe you know that, maybe you don’t. We all have the potential to feel remarkable, and one of the best ways to do that is to keep the promises you make to yourself, on your behalf. People who do that are, to me, beautifully inspiring! Example:  I was with a colleague today … Read More