Status Update

Podcast – S2E02 – Embracing Curiosity

In Random Learnings, Patti talks about the incoming cohort of the Orlando New Leaders Council. To read some of their bios, visit https://www.newleaderscouncil.org/orlando Embracing curiosity is a way to remain present and be fully absorbed in the moment. It takes practice and can really make you remember things in more vivid detail. There becomes a… Continue reading Podcast – S2E02 – Embracing Curiosity

Status Update

Podcast – S2E01 – Giving and Receiving Feedback

We’re back with season 2! We added some new segments for the season such as Microstory and Kudos. The theme for this episode spans giving and receiving feedback in work, play, and personal relationships. Productive Flourishing, by Charlie Gilkey, was also mentioned in Random Learnings. Click here to listen or subscribe from your favorite podcast… Continue reading Podcast – S2E01 – Giving and Receiving Feedback

Status Update, Time Management

Three things you need to know before buying your next planner

Prologue from Patti: This post was written at the end of the year, so for some of you, now is the time to think of the new year! Now is the time to reflect on the past and make those resolutions for more productivity! Now is the time to buy the new 2020 planner! For… Continue reading Three things you need to know before buying your next planner

Leadership

Becoming a Manager (when you’re a Millennial), Getting Managed

The below reflections are based on a blog post I wrote earlier called “In My Bosses Shoes” where I wrote about having learned the different facets of having to “manage up.” In order to learn how to lead the other generations well, you have to first understand how you want to be managed by your… Continue reading Becoming a Manager (when you’re a Millennial), Getting Managed

Leadership

Becoming a Manager (when you’re a Millennial), An Intro

Millennials, particularly the Millennial A’s, are defined (by me) as those who may have had a cellphone in high school, but they were still paying for every minute. It was also either attached to a bag or at least didn’t flip closed. We (because I’m one of them) are now entering management roles where we… Continue reading Becoming a Manager (when you’re a Millennial), An Intro

Books!, Time Management

Wildly Important

I finally finished Deep Work, by Cal Newport, and immediately started reading it again. I started it as soon as I finished because it was so chock full of amazing recommendations for how to employ deep work that I needed to read it again to make sure I absorbed everything. While I’ll give you an… Continue reading Wildly Important