I had the pleasure of joining Amy Baglan, CEO of Fabriq, on the Wellness 3.0 podcast this week. Listen in!
Do you know your neighbors? If you’re struggling to come up with more than a few, you’re not alone. But this phenomenon may have outsized consequences in a society increasingly crippled by loneliness, despair, and political unraveling.
There’s a certain cool control to a person who never seems to need anything from anyone. We often think we admire this quality in others, but find ourselves hurt and frustrated when it forces us into the uncomfortable position of always being the one on the receiving end of help.
We are a nation of personal improvement fanatics chasing “measurable results” on treadmills—alone.
Could the source of our national sickness and my own ongoing sense of incompleteness be one and the same? And could the solution be–if not simpler, then far more elemental–than we think?
I have begun to see that the hole in my soul that has recently been calling out for attention is in the shape of something I have thought more about than almost anyone, but, in reality, have less of than almost everyone.