You were probably expecting a “Portland Coffee- part 2″ kinda post, and there should be more of those, as there are plenty of worth revisiting coffee shops here!” However, because I haven’t gotten to visit at least 5 new ones, I am saving that round up for when I have more material. Today, I simply want to share a thought about leadership and the power of sharing (in any shape and form). A few months ago, when I started to get a ton of time in my hands, I discovered Simon Sinek’s TED talk: “how great leaders inspire action” ( if you haven’t watched, seriously invest 18 mins, or 30 to watch Simon’s both TED talks!) and believe me, it changed my approach to many things, it led me to take a course on leadership development, which led me to Ammy Cuddy’s TED talk, and then a bunch of other interesting concepts I have been reading on and learning. This ongoing learning that I have been experiencing lately is honestly the most refreshing! And when I …
It’s been a while since my last post, not much has changed in our apartment. We ordered a dining table and a sofa last week, but it won’t be here until late August. Not having proper sitting at home is my perfect excuse to keep going from coffee shop to coffee shop!
Good morning from the comfort of our sunlit, empty apartment! We did manage to go furniture hunting to Target, Ikea and West Elm, bought several
So we arrived in Portland yesterday, by the way, Montana can be very boring and then very beautiful! Anyway, after a long road trip, we finally made it to our new home in the northeast.