Work and Lead

Work and Lead

The Fallacy of Busyness

Please don’t take this as me bragging that I have arrived and mastered all things time management. I most definitely have not. It is to say I have a deep knowledge on how to manage (especially my) time, and am pretty decent (usually) at controlling my time. I have learned that life is busy, but that does not mean I don’t have time. It means that I’m using my time, and if I do so wisely, I can get a lot in.

Work and Lead

7 Tips for Recording Useful Minutes

For four years I served as the executive secretary for GYC. The title sounds fancy, but really it meant that I was administrative support for the organization’s Executive Committee. While my responsibilities varied, one of my most important tasks was a mundane one: taking minutes. I’ve heard from more than […]

Journal, Work and Lead

Ninja-in-Training 

I am a ninja-in-training.  At least that is what my supervisor at works tells me. The training has been going on for over a year now. Advocating for those who have been neglected and abused, and intervening in the lives of delinquent children with the hope of correcting their course […]

Devotionals, Work and Lead

Ann Arbor In My Life

Nine years ago I received a letter in the mail dated February 14, 2003. The first line read something to the effect of “Congratulations! We’re happy to inform you that you have been accepted to the University of Michigan…” I didn’t think of the letter much when I received it. […]

Journal, Work and Lead

Green Grass

The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. That’s the colloquialism, isn’t it? And so true. While I’ve kept busy since taking the bar exam in many ways, I still feel unsettled, like I’m still on pause until the next step. But I have no idea […]