Drawing from client experiences, travel, and tangential conversations with fellow consultants, join host Kara Lindstrom for an indefinite collection of qualitative truthiness about what influences us at home and work from climate to leadership, and so much more. @likelytruepod on Twitter or likelytrue.com
Leadership not knots
We are all leaders, but we may not recognize it or feel we have the opportunity to exercise it. For that matter we might not even agree what it is and what we mean by good. This is an introduction to why I’m focusing on leadership - building nuance and untying or self-made knots.
FDR not quite ASMR
A visit to FDR Park, also known as The Lakes, this is a chance to listen to all of the birds and think about the change in seasons and the habits of swans and humans.
A look at the practices I’m using as part of a process of tuning into my intuition. I cover my definition of intuition and why I’m pursuing this as week as breaking down the specifics of my practice and their contributions. I’d welcome your experiences, successes, and struggles with intuition and what roll it plays (or you’d like for it) in your life. This episode isn’t as woo as the title may suggest, but regardless of your level of engagement with ‘la woo’, I hope it sparks something for you. Comments welcome at likelytrue.com or @likelytruepod on Twitter. Read this on Medium: https://link.medium.com/RGWTE1pEOeb
Floating for attention
How restlessness and being prone to distraction may be addressed through sensory focus/deprivation. I look at our natural tendencies (closing our eyes with a bite of delicious food) and newer trends like float centers and my recent experiences that have helped settle my mind.
Connecting the Supreme Intelligence of the Kree (Captain Marvel) to the Mirror of Erised (Harry Potter) and the negotiations with the Taliban to explore the practice of expanding your understanding through imagined conversations.
What’s your favorite color?
A daily dose of color and how you can learn from small children and thinking about color choice over time.