FEARLESS Blog2020-09-14T06:56:17-04:00



Selfies, brain shortcuts, and self-worth

July 30th, 2020|

I walked the beach this morning and I’ve concluded there are only 3 types of people that are on the beach at sunrise: Exercise Enthusiasts – the runners, bikers, walkers Pensive People – those meditating, doing yoga, and generally looking like they are in deep thought Sunrise Selfie Shooters – does this one need an [...]

Here to get it right, not be right.

July 13th, 2020|

I wrote this piece several weeks ago. After I wrote it, I realized how dangerous some of the ideas could be if taken out of context. I began questioning myself (which to be clear, I think is really important for us all to do). Was this safe to be putting out to the world? What [...]

COVID Exhaustion: Understanding the stress response behind our fatigue (and what to do about it!)

July 1st, 2020|Tags: , , , |

The novelty of COVID-19 has definitely worn off. When there is something new or unknown, even if it’s potentially scary, our brains light up in anticipation. Chemically, our bodies treat the expectancy of fear the same way as excitement. It’s why so many people love horror films. The anticipation of being scared is thrilling. But [...]

Where are the grownups? Leadership and care when our biology is fighting against us.

June 27th, 2020|Tags: , , , |

A global pandemic. Economic crisis. Racial tensions. Challenges with working from home. Questions about what is safe and right, for you, for your parents, for your kids. If your world feels like a tinder box soaked in gasoline sitting next to a sparking fire…you’re not alone.  Amid the deafening echoes of fear and anxiety the [...]

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