The vast majority of the time this is how I look: huddled over, doing my work, just trying to figure things out.
If I’m not on my laptop, I’m in meetings.
Or at the hospitals/clinics.
Or spending quality time with the family.
Or reading interesting books and articles.
Or in some other way trying to get myself together.
Just trying to become who I’m supposed to become.
The thing about your 30s is that most people probably thought they’d have it all figured out and things would be smooth sailing by then. All the schooling and grinding of your teens and 20s would miraculously amalgamate into automatic success+love+happiness once you’re in your 30s. 🥴
Maybe that’s true for some, but I def feel like I’m still trying to figure a lot of things out. Hopefully, my sharing a bit of the process will help others who are on their own journeys to becoming who they’re meant to be.
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De Lerende Organisatie is de organisatie met/van de toekomst. Maar wat is het eigenlijk en hoe wordt je het?
Persoonlijk Meesterschap is mijn favoriet. Nieuwe sleutel voor toekomstig werk: wat je hebt geleerd (theorie) wordt ondergeschikt aan wie je bent (persoonlijkheid). Nieuwe competenties bepalen de menselijke maat in een tijdperk van automatisering, algoritmes en AI.
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Will you be carrying this year's goals into next year? 🔴
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Full review on my YouTube; link in bio. ⛓
I recently watched "Queen & Slim" directed by Melina Matsoukas. Written by Lena Waithe. Starring Daniel Kaluuya and Jodie Turner-Smith. Many are calling "Queen & Slim" a modern day Bonnie and Clyde. It's an African American love story told through and African American lens with the main focus being on police brutality and how the characters' love develops through a traumatic experience. This movie was well acted, beautifully shot, and creatively told. Melina, Lena, Daniel, and Jodie created a great ensemble and their bond was evident in the final product. This will be a film to remember.