Dig – Anthrocubeologist Goes on Archaeology Dig

Those who do not know the torment of the unknown cannot have the joy of discovery. – Claude Bernard Uncertainty. Discovery. Knowledge. Practice. These are the four words I use to describe the recent post, Two Steps to Being an Archaeologist-Leader, by Brilliance Within Coaching’s Jeff Harmon. From my perspective and experience, these are four words that that nicely … More Dig – Anthrocubeologist Goes on Archaeology Dig

Anchor – Calendar Clean-Up Welcomes Uncertainty

Who doesn’t read Brain Pickings? (I am assuming  you do. If you do not read Brain Pickings, choose to do so – it is always worth the read and your time.) What motivates our investment in goals and planning for the future, much of the time, isn’t any sober recognition of the virtues of preparation and looking … More Anchor – Calendar Clean-Up Welcomes Uncertainty