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Dear lovely humans, Nature gives us so many generous lessons of how things move, progress, develop, and evolve no matter what. We need these examples so we can see the fierce resilience around us and connect to how it is within us. We also need to see and know how messy, unpredictable, and even chaotic…Read More
I took a page out of my own book! The Human Herd: Awakening Our Natural Leadership was released into the wild April 12. It was terrifying! First writing a book is very hard, but even harder than the writing itself was all the time and angst spent NOT writing the book when you are supposed to be…Read More
Healthcare professionals, including those that provide mental health and addiction care, aren’t immune from needing their own mental health support. In this compelling segment, Beth and John Boyd, CEO Hospitals, Rogers Behavioral Health, joined Lake Effect to discuss how Rogers plans to use Beth’s Natural Leadership concept to help support its leadership and care teams.…Read More
Fruit trees are budding and blooming. Horses are shedding. Dogs are shedding. A pair of ducks are inhabiting our creek and appear to be ready for some babies. The daylight is more insistent. We hear a lot of messaging about how to feel about the seasons. Spring is here! Have a bounce in your step!…Read More
I look for interesting places of growth, for the ways that nature replenishes and flourishes in odd locations. My most recent discovery was in the gutter of an old shed. As usual, it was just the practice of a walkabout, looking around, looking up, slowing down, and there it was, a whole ecosystem blooming in…Read More
Now available! The Human Herd: Awakening our Natural Leadership
Finally, a guidebook that unleashes our mammal instincts and shows us how to heighten our self-awareness, experience our lives more deeply, improve our relationships, and step into a more natural—and powerful—way to lead.