Practicing Enneagram Wisdom

Though each of us is naturally centered in a certain place, it is the task of our lifetimes to become more practiced at engaging our non-dominant centers and engaging our dominant centers as mindfully as possible.

Teaching During a Pandemic

I'm proud to have written these two pieces on addressing some challenges of teaching online during a global pandemic. They were published by the Wabash Journal on Teaching at Wabash College in Crawfordsville, Indiana. Check out both posts here:


The other night, my daughter pulled out her first two loose teeth. She grasped at the one that had been wiggly for weeeeeeks… and it came out. Emboldened by the painlessness of this process (I think), she messed with that tooth’s neighbor and out it came about 10 minutes later.

On a Mission, Episode 7: Dr. Kellie McElhaney

Dr. Kellie McElhaney is the founding director of the Center for Equity, Gender, and Leadership at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. She started her career in banking, which she calls a heavily masculine industry, where women were compelled to exercise leadership in a masculine way. She is fighting the good fight in the corporate world to insist that yes - welcoming different skill sets, different personalities, different genders, and different ethnicities into the board room is not just a nice thing to do, but that it’s in fact good for the bottom line. Something business types like to hear 🙂 She’s the author of a book called Just Good Business.