• While reading Brené Brown’s book, Braving The Wilderness: The Quest for True Belonging and the Courage to Stand Alone, I found a few words that really resonated with me. Okay, if I’m being honest, I found a lot within these pages that resonated with me.

  • We sometimes set impossible standards for ourselves. Everyone is guilty of this. Sometimes when we don’t reach the goals in the time frame we allotted, we struggle to give ourselves credit. We feel like we’re not good enough.

  • At Points North, we’re really big into gratitude and showing appreciation towards those who help us grow. But, it’s also important for us to be mindful of what we send, that it reflects our values and what we stand for as a company.

  • Don’t be alarmed. This happens to the best of us. We go go go…. and then we stop. And sometimes it’s hard stop. Suddenly we’re in a rut, and need a source for creative ideas to help us get out.

  • “Creativity is a crushing chore and a glorious mystery. The work wants to be made, and it wants to be made through you,” says Elizabeth Gilbert.

  • Why we’re standing behind the REI #OptOutside campaign and think you should too.

  • Their message is “Don’t let you beat you.” And it hits home for many women who workout. The truth is, we do have thoughts that contradict our efforts, and can temporarily trip us up.

  • Our client, Joseph Logan, recently gave a TEDx talk in Boulder Colorado. Joseph Logan is a coach for extraordinary leaders and teams. We think it’s well worth the few minutes to listen to this talk, as Joseph dissects crisis and it’s impact on our lives. Here are our key take aways from his talk “Crisis […]