At least four times in the past month, I have woken myself up laughing. I have actually been brought awake by my own chuckling. No story, no image, no dream, just laughter. It’s been a wonderful, surprising experience. In a world and an America that seems to be getting more grim, it’s been heartening to know that I’m cracking myself up at night. There is something that I seem to be remembering and it sure feels good!
Many of us have personal and company missions that are about being of service in some way. Our missions are often explicitly or implicitly about inclusion, collaboration and sharing power for the benefit healing our world. Too often the way we work together, our daily habits, don’t line up to who we say we are or who we want to be, from the inside out. At Global Round Table Leadership, we consistently hear how hard it is for people to share power with their teammates, especially when one’s boss or “higher up” is a part of the team.
As Lori Hanau wrote in her article: Leading From Wholeness * in the July/August issue of Conscious Company Magazine, the daily journey of resetting our balance and wholeness is truly “an inside job.”Inside GRTL, we are committed to exploring what it means to cultivate our own wholeness both individually and