October 23, 2015

Happiness Without Perfection


Yesterday morning, I read a great post by Leo Babauta over at Zen Habits, The Truth About Your Uncertain Life Path & Purpose. It echos a point I’ve always known: that no one has it all figured out, and we are all just trying to do the best that we can. Leo says, “Do you think they have it all figured out? Do you think they have certainty and a feeling of reaching perfection? Not a chance. There is not one of us alive, not me or anyone else, who ever feels certainty about their purpose or path. If they do, they’re …

Happiness Without Perfection Read More »

September 1, 2015

Unveiling the Workforce of the Future


I know that I’ve alluded to it a lot lately, but this was a really busy summer for me with work. I was working on several clients simultaneously, and just a few days after work on my last two projects concluded, I’m already staffed somewhere new. No breaks for me, but I’m okay with that – the work I’m doing lately is so awesome that I will give up as much vacation as needed to keep doing it! Most of the consulting I do is confidential – we don’t really disclose either who our clients are or the work that …

Unveiling the Workforce of the Future Read More »

August 26, 2015

Solo Hiking Report: Mount Spaulding and Mount Evans


This has been a pretty busy few weeks for me! This week I am wrapping up the second of two major projects I’ve been working on over the last year, and I’m also gearing up to start my new project next Monday. (Stay tuned for more on all of those work things.) But last week, I was clocking 12-16 hours of work each day, and by Friday, I desperately needed a break. I knew that I would still be working a lot over the weekend, but I wanted at least a little bit of a reprieve. After studying the weather …

Solo Hiking Report: Mount Spaulding and Mount Evans Read More »

June 26, 2015

Rainstorms Make Rainbows

The chicken or the egg: do we get sick because we are busy and stressed, or do we get stressed because we are sick and busy? Either way, I’m none too pleased. Hope to be back to actual blogging soon. In the meantime, here’s a pic of my neighborhood after a recent rainstorm. My house is almost exactly where the pot of gold should be, but I haven’t found it yet. Another metaphor 😉

May 6, 2015

Sponsored: A Big Win and Celebrating with Palm Breeze

Terranea Resort

Last week, I told you about how I was out in southern California for the week to observe a training program that our senior associates go through after promotion. The “observe the program” part of that went great and was easy. The part I was nervous about came on Wednesday morning, when I auditioned for our Learning & Development team to take on the “orchestrator” role for the program. The orchestrator basically acts as the emcee for the week-long program, setting the energetic and open tone for the sessions and also telling lots of personal stories to help connect the …

Sponsored: A Big Win and Celebrating with Palm Breeze Read More »

Join the List

Subscribe for instant email notification of new posts.

Join the List

Subscribe for instant email notification of new posts.

© 2023 by 50by25. All rights reserved. Actions taken from the hyperlinks on this blog may yield commissions for 50by25. View my FTC disclaimer.

Scroll to Top