It’s time for another installment of my bi-weekly email series. In each issue, I share three resources that I have found to be helpful for myself and/or my clients. As a former librarian and a current voracious gatherer of helpful information, I’m constantly listening to podcasts, reading books and articles, and watching various videos that spark my interest.

Listening:

Of course, the major topic of the day is the pandemic Coronavirus. Alyssa Milano interviews Dr. Peter Hoetz, esteemed vaccine scientist and Dean of the Baylor College School of Tropical Medicine and health care expert to join us by phone to share clear, accurate, and helpful information about the situation.

Reading:

Radical Wholeness: The Embodied Present and the Ordinary Grace of Being” is an excellent book to be reading during the pandemic. It will cause you to question your world view while at the same time invite you into a much deeper experience of self than you ordinarily experience. It has been a while since a book has shaken up my perceptual view of the world. This one did. In a time when everything we know is rapidly changing or dying, it’s good to have a larger view from which to see the world right now.

Watching:

Of course any video involving Brené Brown will include the topic of vulnerability and how it is the gateway to all that is fulfilling in life. Russell Brand is known for his expertise in addiction recovery, which of course is riddled with vulnerability. Make yourself comfortable (and vulnerable) and settle in for a fulfilling hour steeped in vulnerability, truth and periodic bits of humor.

Thanks for taking the time to read this newsletter. If any of these resources elicited any thoughts or feelings that you’d like to share with me, please contact me. If you like these emails, feel free to share them with other coaches, friends, clients and people walking the transformational path.

See you again in two weeks,
Judy