I returned from a two-hour meeting to find six missed calls from my dad’s cell phone. All within two or three minutes of each other.
I had a big interview coming up, and I was deep in my own head. Did you know that when people are lost, they tend to walk in circles? Uncertain of my direction I was wandering in anxious-brain wilderness, distracted and unproductive. Around and around, retracing my steps. Continue reading “Music, Wandering in Circles, and Presence”
Also, the story of how I joined a Toastmasters club.
Hello. Glad to see you. Let’s talk numbers today! Continue reading “On Being Worth Less”
I’ve worn glasses or contacts since about 5th grade. Recent tests showed I had 20/70 vision, which means I could see at 20 feet what correct vision sees at 70 feet away. It was simply a fact of life that performing basic tasks such as driving or working required wearing some form of lens.