Things fall through the cracks because well intended people get busy and commit to more than is possible. That was the nugget I learned two weeks ago when I pulled the verb, Slip, as my...
Yesterday I wrote about waking up scared and with a pit in my stomach, because of a program the House of Shine was publicly launching for the first time. Last night I went to sleep...
Thanks to wise words and support from friends and readers last week, I received the help I needed to move on from the DO52 verb, HELP; the verb that had me stumped for weeks in... Read More »
I wonder if this same thing ever happens to you. What are the chances, with 1,025,109.8 words in the English language, that I would unintentionally and unknowingly have used the one DO52 verb I picked last... Read More »
Last week my chosen DO52™ verb was BREAK. Break a record. Have a break-though idea. Break a leg during the two workshops I helped facilitate. Or, as the case may be for me, break a... Read More »
Having been away the week before, I decided to select two DO52 verbs last week and see what happened when I invited them into my life together. The first verb was “charge” which I unknowingly... Read More »
I’ve been stuck. Stuck on the DO52™ verb, HELP. I drew it four weeks ago on Sunday, June 25 and, at the time, I remember feeling hopeful. The verb “help”, after all, is filled with... Read More »
I find that sometimes the role of the weekly DO52 verb is to realign me; to shed light on a priority that I have let fall by the wayside. Other times the verb jolts... Read More »