It can be tempting to think we need a plan, outline, or strategy for everything. But do we? These poems and reflections aim to jar a few screws loose from the best-fashioned plans.
When I hear working professionals talk about mentors, I worry that we’ve mixed up our priorities. What we need are more life mentors – people who cultivate a long-term interest in your development across a range of domains of our lives. Instead, I usually hear folks talking about mentors in terms of people in your... Continue Reading →