Practices – “Do Now What You Would Do Later”

One of the qualities of sheriff Walt Longmire, the creation of Craig Johnson (2005) and then a Netflix series, is that he faced difficulty straight on.  Whether it be having a hard conversation with his best friend Henry Standing Bear, or firing a deputy he liked, or even crossing onto the neighboring reservation to look … Continue reading Practices – “Do Now What You Would Do Later”

Luddite Foresight: Metaskills for Meeting Change

I have a toilet handle I can’t figure out how to fix. It’s loose, I fully expect it to fall apart at some embarrassing moment (when, say, the royal family is visiting), and a plumber could probably pull out a whatsis wrench and have it in working order within 60 seconds. But not me. I … Continue reading Luddite Foresight: Metaskills for Meeting Change

My Morning Whatchamacallit

Yesterday, I received Gunilla Norris’ new book, Great Love In Little Ways: Reflections On The Power Of Kindness, This morning I read her first reflection, “The Sunshine In Your Face”. A representative quotation from that piece is: When two people genuinely smile on one another, they create a mutual radiance. Imagine what this might be … Continue reading My Morning Whatchamacallit