Love Lessons; For Meade Andrews (Teaching Love)

This is the final blog I am sharing about four of the most important people in my life and the lessons I have learned from each of them about love.  Their birthdays are within 10 days of each other in … Continue reading

Love Lessons; The Alexander Technique

I have been a teacher of The Alexander Technique since 1993 and have used the Technique as the foundation for all my work and life.  Whether it has been working with artists, raising my children, teaching in the corporate world … Continue reading

Love Lessons; My Right to Choose

I’m going to do it again.  I’m going to write this and push publish.  I’m not going to edit the life out of this and attempt perfection, because when I go back and read these blogs I know they will … Continue reading

Love Lessons; Living the Questions

I worked with a guest director at USC, Paul Giovanni, that started every project by distilling the essence of the play in three words or less.  He wanted to know and communicate what was essential about the story before any … Continue reading

Love Lessons; Born Ready

Cindy was a slow poke.  We always talked about her being ‘slower than molasses in January.’  It was fun and she loved that.  She took her time.  She always indulged in her time and felt as if she had all … Continue reading

Love Lessons; Simple Leaders

My partner and I work in the area of Leadership Development.  We work with leaders and leadership teams helping them communicate more authentically and effectively.  We also help shift the culture of an organization from one of fear and scarcity … Continue reading

Love Lessons; Surrounded in Softness

I got a job for the holidays in one of my favorite women’s clothing store.  I wear their clothes and love what they have to offer. The literature I had to read to begin working there said the idea was … Continue reading