Happiness Has a New Curve: Life (and Work) Gets Better in Your Fifties

We have an outdated understanding of our life stages, according to The Happiness Curve author Jonathan Rauch. Most of us think we grow and learn during childhood and adolescence, enjoy our twenties and thirties, experience a midlife crisis in our forties, and then begin a slow decline during our fifties and beyond. In reality, new…

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Keeping the Mental Health Conversation Front and Center

You might be familiar with a documentary called Stutz, which was produced by actor, comedian, and filmmaker Jonah Hill. He was intent on telling the story about the life-changing impact that his therapist had on his life, and reviews say Stutz heartwarmingly underscores the importance of an active focus on your mental health. The subject…

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The world of work has changed dramatically since I started my career, but what hasn’t changed is my belief that systems thinking and alignment with your purpose matter—and with the increasingly complex environment in which we live, effectively blending these two priorities matters even more today. I’m so fortunate to work with hundreds of leaders…

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A portrait of Thomas Hübl, one of Tina's greatest teachers.

Helpful Advice on Exhaustion from One of My Teachers

One of my greatest teachers taught me about trauma. Thanks to Thomas Hübl, I grew to understand how stored trauma in our body affects our nervous system, our health, and our reactions to the world around us. The last two years of social, political, and economic unrest have introduced and revealed so many layers of…

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