You know you’re living when it all becomes a blur… This is a line from one of my favorite songs by The Growlers and it couldn’t be more perfect to describe this past year with Experience Institute. As the founding class comes together to prepare for EXPO, our first-ever graduation celebration, we’ve taken a lot … Read More
The moment I applied to Ei was the moment that I decided I wanted to thrive more than I was afraid of trying. We all tend to restrict ourselves because of our fears of the unknown, of taking risks and failing, but if we get caught up in that it’s hard to go after what we really want.
To begin my last Ei term, I drove from Austin, Texas to Santa Monica, California through the Southwest desert lands. It’s interesting what happens when you willingly spend over 7 hours alone, confined in a moving vehicle, driving through the desert with nowhere to go but forward.
This simple cycle diagram is so powerful. I’m able to keep the big picture in mind when times get tough.
Storytelling allows us to connect and empathize in a way that is both natural and enchanting.
And sometimes when you let it go, you find more than you would have ever expected.
I encourage all of us to let go of what no longer serves us, to leap forward with strength, and to embrace the fortune of divine timing ahead.
This past week I volunteered to organize a product photo-shoot for our holiday campaign. Immediately after I thought to myself, “Whoa. Did I really just do that?” and my heart started to beat a little faster.
“When you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it.” – Paulo Coelho, The Alchemis A few weeks ago, a friend reached out to me asking for career advice as he transitions out of graduate school and into the workplace. I offered some helpful suggestions and while I couldn’t help point … Read More
Around Ei we say, “Don’t try to be spectacular, just be helpful.” It’s not what you can get, it’s what you can give.