You and I both know that not everyone can be a leader. Not everyone is there at the front line demanding more, seeing more and being more. And that's totally okay. We're not all born to be leaders. We all have different strengths. You just need to be aware of what your strengths are and you need to be willing to explore them.
We want to talk to you about how you’re treating yourself in this period of isolation. The excuses that you’re making to treat yourself poorly, to sit at home and watch shitty tv and eat bad food. We’re calling you out on all this bullshit behaviour.
We're moving towards a new reality. There is no question, no doubt and no excuses left. Yes, there is uncertainty. Yes, there are theories that need to be explored, begging to be uncovered, but why are we acting like complete assholes? Why are we only now paying attention to our elderly, and why am I not surprised that what I am witnessing is self-serving. You can do better than this. We can BE better than this. For too long we have been ignoring the two most vulnerable parts of society - babies and the elderly, and I need you...
When did joy become a challenge? Join me as I chat with Laura Interlandi and Erica Livingston of Birdsong Brooklyn - a doula service also offering mentorship and training - about joy in today's society and ways to find it.