I’ve been pondering a study that I heard about. This holiday season with all of its promise and joy can actually be a sad time for many, since it puts a spotlight on how we should feel, rather than how we actually feel.
Striving to be perfect? Fred Harburg, PathNorth Senior Fellow muses on our drive for flawlessness and the dark side that goes along with this seemingly admirable goal.
None of us needs to make a list of the things that are not working in our lives. For many of us, the default is always fear and negativity. So how do we change these toxic patterns? PathNorth Founder, Doug Holladay, offers a few simple acts of gratitude as a path to a new way of thinking.
PathNorth Executive-in-Residence, Adam Kaufman, muses on the incredible power of taking the time to be fully present and listen to those in our lives. Who do you need to listen to?
Doug muses on ‘Blue Zones,’ certain regions of our world where the population lives much longer with the lowest rates of chronic diseases.
180 PathNorthers joined together in Washington, DC for the 2019 Annual Gathering. Despite the snow, we enjoyed three incredible days of sharing and growth. Enjoy Doug’s reflection.