Routines are the structures of of our lives; rituals are the stuff of our lives.
It was honestly the first moment since the horses busted out of the gate that I felt I could actually “win.”
This “how you are” part is far more important to reflective supervision than the “what you do” part, or the structures used in supervisory sessions.
Each person in the organization who experiences trusting, supportive relationships is in turn able to create such relationships with others.
Humor is a great perspective-shifter and a great burnout-neutralizer.
Belonging means survival,hope, purpose, resilience and (ad)venture.
When entered into by choice, and built on trust and respect, collaboration is productive, stimulating, robust and creative.
I dream of living each day as if it truly matters. Because it does.
This kind of resilience, known as transformative resilience, is what we need to find our way forward.