Success is the result of doing the right thing for a long time.Me
We are in the midst of the weirdest and most leaderless season of public life in modern U.S. history. And I’m left wondering: “Where are our leaders?”
Over the past couple of years we’ve slowly become dog sitters. Technically, Kristen has become a dog sitter and I’ve become the dog sitting administrator handling invoicing, accounting, and marketing. (Not that dissimilar a role I play at The Youth Cartel, now that I wrote it out like that.)
How would your life be different if you spent 10 minutes of every day slowing down enough to see the beauty around you?
This is what I saw as I walked around, listening to the birds, hearing myself breathe, sipped my tea, and spent 10 minutes in silence yesterday.
I had this thought yesterday and I think it’s important for educators, youth workers, and others working with teenagers to consider.
Let’s agree on this: Human rights are not the kind of politics it’s impolite to talk about.
Right now, tens of thousands of wanna-be Americans are stuck in an asylum system with the deck stacked against them. 0.1% are making it through.
San Diego County has two growing seasons, the problem this year is that plant life hasn’t quite figured out which season we’re in yet.
It’s no secret that I’m involved in my community. It’s not an accident. It’s an entirely intentional choice.
I don’t get to celebrate wins every day. So when wins happen I want to make sure I take time to acknowledge those victories.
Big rock life goal for Kristen and Adam: Lift up women in leadership.
So, two wins yesterday to celebrate towards that goal.