Welcome to Engaging the Edges

In our blog series, we’re Engaging the Edges of what is possible and invite you to join us as we explore insights, articles and resources that help to enliven your day.

Superpower of Commitment

Oliver Burkman, former columnist for The Guardian, wrote in his final article for that publication, “8 Secrets to a (Fairly) Fulfilled Life,” that one of

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Streamlining Success

Eva Krockow, a lecturer at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom, reveals that the average person consciously makes more than 35,000 decisions each

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12 Perfect Days

Right now, it is 10 a.m. and I am still in my pajamas from yesterday. Why, might you wonder? Well, my mornings typically kick off

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Embracing the Winds of Change

In today’s fast-paced and ever-evolving work environment, change is the only constant. Whether it’s technological advancements, organizational restructuring, or shifting market demands, the ability to

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Over-Coming Self Doubt

Self-doubt is a natural emotional experience that most people go through at some point in their lives. It can be a significant obstacle that prevents

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I See Us

Over the past two blogs, we have talked about how to better ourselves so that we can then better those around us.  We discussed the

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I See You

As we move along through our careers, there are many opportunities to interact with and influence those around us.  The way we deal with these

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I See Me

The New Year is here and with it comes the opportunity to reflect, refresh, reboot, and resolve.  Recurrent resolutions include exercising more, quitting a bad

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“Life happens on the edges. We can’t find the next place on our journey until we discover the edge between the place we are and the place we need to go. Something ends and something else can begin only along an edge. Along edges we find and feel the penetrating and incisive qualities that give definition to our life. Our interface with life is sharpened at the edge. We discover our greatest zest and our most keen desires at the edge.”

~ Pilgrim Wheels: Reflections of a Cyclist Crossing America