Posts by Shelly Roder
Just like hearts pump blood and lungs breathe air, brains create thoughts. An important function of keeping us safe and thriving – those brains are really good at doing their job.
But maybe TOO good… because not every thought needs to be thunk.
The entry point to the Shero Community – the Reverse Book Club.
Looking for a way forward? Try reverse!
Getting to know the ‘Gram – The Enneagram! The Enneagram is a navigational tool for understanding the various “art forms” humans have created in order to “get through this little thing called life”. Sidenote: Prince was likely an Enneagram 4, amiright? An SX 4 with a strong 3 wing, yes? Those art forms, or Enneagram Read More
Check out the offerings at Tiny Sabbatical Project! Try adding some whimsy and small practices to open up creativity with TSP: Creativity or dive into connecting to yourself and others with TSP: Connection. Options for both cohort work or self-guided courses. All tiny steps… easing ourselves into well-being and vitality is the TSP way!
I’ve got some news. And it’s been anywhere from 3 months to 3 years in the making, depending on how you count. And, wow, am I beaming just to announce it to you! Coming next month… to earbuds near you: Cream City Dreams:A podcast shining light on Milwaukee women.One dream at a time. That’s right! My friend Meagan and I Read More
In preparation for the Tiny Sabbatical Project, I have a small challenge for you today! A Tiny, Tiny Sabbatical if you will! InspirationListen to this brief podcast from NPR’s Life Kit (21 min) about getting out of a creative rut. (Read the transcript here.) TL;DR (too long, didn’t read) version: Everyone is creative; productivity and creativity are BOOSTED by Read More
This was going to be a very different post – I started drafting it early in the morning when I have some quiet time before the morning school routine starts. And it was going to be all about the sweetness of Wordle, including: How the guy who created it did so for his partner’s enjoyment during the Read More
Are vitality and inspiration two words that come to mind when describing your work life lately? We didn’t think so. As coaches and ministers and care-takers relentlessly dedicated to the Common Good, we hear you struggling. Your motivation is waning. Your sources of replenishment are drying up. You are tired. You are so tired, you Read More
Early in the pandemic, I noticed that I was feeling like each day was both Groundhog’s day and also wildly unpredictable (hello, 4 kids at home). I decided that I’d try a practice recommended in this article, one that I’ve sent many a client for its quick wisdom on habits that can keep us grounded Read More