2023: Year In Review

Leadership, Legacy, Life

Hello friends!

Geez, I’m getting really good at not posting these in January! Or February! Let’s try March, eh…?

I thought about calling this review “Just Get Me The Hell Out Of 2023 Already” but I simply had too many years of precedent with the more basic title. πŸ˜‰

2023 was a doozy of a year for me. In retrospect, it was a bit of a downhill slide, but with enough roller coaster ups-and-downs to keep me feeling disoriented about where exactly I was in time and space. And it was an odd decent; gradual, like a slow spiral where you can’t realize just how far you’ve traveled under the earth until you look up and the sun is further away than you remember.

Dramatic?? Yeah, that’s how I feel when reflecting on 2023… but what the heck, let’s dive in!


Goals For 2023 + Reflections

1) Physical fitness

Made a huge win in this category in 2023! With huge thanks to Kali, I found a sport I actually enjoy: rock climbing. I’ve always been more of a “music” type than a “sporty” type β€” one could say athletic things just never came as naturally to me as artsy things β€” but as I’ve gotten older, this has been a bit of a lament (evidence: reflections of past years). Intellectually I know how important it is to stay moving and active as my body gets older wiser… and I also know that if I don’t actually enjoy the activity, it’s very unlikely that I’ll be able to keep it going for years on end. (Side note: this is why I’ve been able to keep coming back to yoga for 15+ years; I truly enjoy it!) Also experimenting with a electro-muscle stimulation workout called BODY20… will report back! 5/5 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

2) Build more adult friendships

I didn’t connect with a ton of new people last year, but I reconnected and rekindled a LOT of past relationships, which was truly delightful. Some of you reading this may even go in this category (or perhaps we have a call set up!). I’ve been in quite a state of reflection over the past few months, and in doing so I’ve realized I basically disappeared into a “tech-shaped hole” for roughly the last 4-ish years… building #lovework (+pandemic, +divorce, +little kiddos, etc.) took a lot out of me. Despite this “hiatus from public life,” I’ve met so many amazing people in years past (which makes me feel incredibly lucky and grateful) and it felt great to reconnect with some of them. If you’re reading this and we haven’t gotten to chat lately, please ping me so we can catch up! 4/5 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

3) Start writing and speaking again

Juuuust got this in at year’s end! We closed 2023 by investing in Thought Leader’s Highly Paid Speaker program. Check out my new speaking page HERE β€” including 3 fresh talks I’ll be bringing to the world this coming year, and a new Speaker Kit you can download! That “tech-shaped hole” I mentioned also largely removed me from the thought leadership work I was doing, and my intention is to utilize the HPS program to help me re-launch into this space. I’ve realized I really miss being with people and being on stages, and I’m looking to 2024 to really make this happen again. Got an idea of where I should speak? Please get in touch! 4/5 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

4) Create great memories with kiddos

My remembering self would have given me not-so-good marks on this one, but that’s one of the reasons I spend a lot of time creating this reflection post β€” as you’ll see below, I actually did a relatively good job of creating spaces for family time. As I look at the list, my self-assessment is I also did reasonably well at being more present during family times despite an often-insane amount of pressure happening in other parts of my life, though I want to continue working on presence this coming year. 4/5 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

5) 10,000 paid users in #lovework

Well well well… nope. But it certainly wasn’t for lack of trying! We attempted multiple fundraises and hit sales hard all year, but the macroeconomic climate of 2023 provided headwinds we just couldn’t seem to overcome with an innovative yet under-funded new product. (My quick summary of macroeconomic challenges include: SVB/capital market meltdowns, HRTech/SaaS constriction, interest rates going up up up, multiple wars around the world, etc.). We did make some really important strides with #lovework this year, including the release of V3 (spoiler: it’s awesome), completing Year 1 of the content journey (a Herculean task if there ever was one), and compiling amazing meta-data from the last few years of paid customers (we improve 96% of what we measure… in just 90 days!). As far as meeting last year’s goal, though… well… 1/5 stars ⭐️

Before we get to my 2024 goals, here are the most notable things that happened for me in 2023!


Notable Events From 2023

  • Field Trip Chaperoning (Jan & May) β€” I try to chaperone as many of these as I possibly can. This year I got to do one with each kiddo: a trip to the Denver Aquarium and a walking tour of Downtown Denver.
  • Kali Pamlico Sound Shows (Jan/Mar/Apr/May/Jul/Aug/Sep/Nov) β€” Kali had a show almost every month this last year (sometimes multiple shows per month). I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: if you’re going to be a roadie, do it for a vocalist. πŸ˜‰
  • Tulum Trip (Feb) β€” We got to stay in our finally-finished studio in Mexico! And it’s finally available to rent! Looking for the cutest damn place to stay in Tulum? We’d love to host you: check it out here!
  • DisruptHR #1 (Apr) and DisruptHR #2 (Sep) β€” In April, Kali and I attended an event called DisruptHR, which is a “fast-style” TEDx-talk-kind of event where the talks are only 5 minutes long and the slides advance automatically every 15 seconds. The event was fabulous, and I left feeling pretty confident Kali should apply to be in the next one. Fast-forward: Kali applied, got in (they only take 12 speakers), and freaking KILLED IT with a talk called “Neurospicy Is Nicey”. Speaking career launched! πŸš€
  • Kiddo Choir Concert #1 (Apr) and Choir Concert #2 (Dec) β€” My oldest is in the Denver Children’s Choir and had two amazing concerts this year. At their second December performance, they got a standing ovation from the audience which was seriously awesome to watch.
  • Release of #lovework Version 3 (May) β€” After some truly unbelievable delays with our old dev team (you’d have to buy me a whiskey to hear that story), we finally got #lovework V3 released in May. Of course I’m already thinking about V4, but V3 is the most comprehensive, beautiful, and effective version so far. I’m deeply proud of it and everyone on the team who worked so hard to make it so good.
  • Nephew Graduation (May) β€” Can’t believe my little sister’s kiddo is already done with high school. How does that happen!?
  • Parents Move To FoCo (May) β€” I haven’t lived near my parents since I moved to Los Angeles in 2006, but they decided to move to Fort Collins (about an hour north of Denver) and I’m so thrilled to have them nearby!
  • Aurora Reservoir & Mario Bros Movie (May) β€” Took the kiddos swimming at one of the closest things we have to a “beach” here in Colorado, escaping to a movie theater just in time before the afternoon summer squall came through. 🌩️
  • Joined Climbing Gym (Jun) β€” As mentioned above, we joined Ubergrippen climbing gym and seriously love it. Not only does it have an incredible name, the people are fabulous.
  • Conscious Entrepreneur Summit (Jun) β€” Attended this event with the #lovework leadership team and enjoyed it quite a bit. Would recommend. Please LMK if you’re thinking of coming out to Boulder for it this coming June!
  • Unicorn Festival (Jun) β€” Always a great time. I mean, just look at that logo. πŸ¦„
  • RVC HyperAccelerator (Jun) β€” Applied (again) and got in! Highly recommend for the right entrepreneur (hit me up if you’re curious what I think that is). We had an unexpectedly-wonderful week, learned a ton, and nailed the pitch! Well, I thought we nailed the pitch… see #5 above.
  • Denver Pride Parade (Jun) β€” OMG SO FUN. πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Would love to have a float in this parade…
  • Cirque Kooza (Jul) β€” Met up with new friends to see this touring Cirque show β€” highly recommend.
  • Joined 3to5 Board (Jul) β€” Really grateful to have this group of fellow business owners.
  • Barbie Movie (Jul & Aug) β€” Proud to say I saw this movie 4 times in the theater. I love it so much. #burnthepatriarchy
  • Children’s Museum (Aug) β€” This is where my kiddos first met Kali, so it was fun to head back there almost exactly 2 years later.
  • Beetlejuice The Musical (Sep) β€” This was the “big present” for both girls’ summer birthdays, and it was perfect. They knew all the music before we went and sang loudly from their seats, impressing everyone around us (I’m sure)…! If you get a chance to go, please do.
  • Denver Startup Week (Sep) β€” I hadn’t been to Denver Startup Week since I spoke to a standing-room-only crowd about Creating Awesome Startup Culture back in 2017…! It was fun to return. Attended a few sessions I really enjoyed… should I try to speak there again in 2024??
  • Boulder Nature Day & Cheesman Park Ghost Tour (Oct) β€” Kali took the fam on a lovely tour up to Boulder to see all the beautiful leaves (I think the fanciest among us call this Leaf Peeping!?) and then we ended up on the Cheesman Park Ghost Tour that evening… I had no idea, y’all. NO IDEA.
  • Thailand (Oct) β€” One of my longest-running clients invited #lovework to be part of a week-long offsite team experience in Bangkok, Thailand β€” and let me tell you, when that happens, you say yes. 😎 We booked a few days before and after the session to tour Thailand and… just, wow. This country has been “next” on my list to travel to for a looong time, and it didn’t disappoint. The people are lovely, the scenery is beautiful… if only there was a faster way to get there from Denver!
  • 13th Floor Haunted House (Nov) β€” Never done a “haunted house” before! Enjoyable, but I’d have a few production notes if they asked…
  • Denver Philharmonic (Nov) β€” Thanks to a new friend made at Denver Startup Week, I scored some free tickets and took the kiddos to see the Denver Phil. Hadn’t seen them before; we walked around the corner for kebabs beforehand and it was a terrific date with my two little ladies! P.S. My little one just started playing the flute, and there happened to be a featured flautist… love that synchronicity!
  • Thanksgiving in FoCo (Nov) β€” So lovely to be able to make a quick drive to see my family for a holiday! Also nice to leave the kiddos with the grandparents for a few days…
  • ElevateHR Award Ceremony (Dec) β€” Kali was a Top 3 finalist for the Rising HR Star Of The Year at this year’s MileHighSHRM award ceremony! A perfect chance to wear the custom suit I got in Thailand…
  • Cirque Christmas (Dec) β€” Met up with a few Kooza friends (and brought the kiddos!) to this fun holiday show at the Gaylord Rockies. Some of the acrobatics absolutely blew the kids’ minds, which was super enjoyable to watch. Definitely recommend.
  • Nutcracker (Dec) β€” Both girls were in Denver Dance Institute’s performance of The Nutcracker this year, with the little one playing a Mouse and the bigger one playing a Gingersnap (though I swear she looked more like a rainbow lollipop). Frankly, it was quite nearly too much cuteness to handle. 🐭🍭
  • Camp Christmas (Dec) β€” I’ve seen advertisements for this peculiar holiday event for a few years now, but this year finally went. I had no idea what to expect, and enjoyed it thoroughly! Hearty “recommend” on this one, too.
  • Christmas in FoCo (Dec) β€” Got to spend a couple days with my fam and it was lovely. β€οΈπŸŽ„ I don’t take it lightly for this to be enjoyable thing, as I know “family stuff” is complex and difficult for many. I feel equal parts grateful and lucky.


Goals & Intentions For 2024

  1. Become a paid speaker (again!) β€” Some of you likely remember my speaking career…! I didn’t really mean to disappear into what I lovingly call “the black hole of technology” for the last 4 years, but as mentioned, I did. And wow, do I miss speaking/writing/sharing/teaching/ruckus-making! As quickly as possible, I want to get back to my pre-pandemic keynote speaker rates, and I’d love your help! If you’re connected to any groups that need a Future Of Work speaker in 2024-2025, please let me know! We can do a Friends & Family discount. 😎
  2. Launch, and sustain, the Work Revolution Podcast β€” Some of you may also know/remember that I released one season of a podcast back in the summer of 2020 under The Work Revolution banner. Well, we think the time is right to start up this conversation again, so we’ll be starting Season 2 soon… hopefully in the next few weeks! I believe this project is one of the most important things I am doing to plant seeds for the future, so I not only want to launch it, but I want it to still be going when I do my review next year. If you haven’t already, please sign up for the WorkRev email list HERE so I can keep you in the loop on that, too! Spoiler alert: this season is going to be incredible.
  3. Be more present with the people around me β€” A huge goal for me this year is to deliberately reduce external stressors so I can more easily be present with the people around me… with my kiddos, my partner, my parents, co-workers, new friends, etc.
  4. Regular physical fitness β€” Goal = 1 yoga/week + 1 strength training/week (minimum).

As always, thanks so much for reading this. I’m sending all kinds of love and light into the rest of 2024, and I hope those things find you and the people you love, too. ✨

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2022: Year In Review

Leadership, Legacy, Life

Hello friends!

Another year (and a half, almost!) has passed with no blog posts from me! I miss writing and the time and space it requires. I am setting an intention to get back to it this coming year… but before I go there, let’s start by reviewing my 6 goals from 2022.


Goals For 2021 + Reflection

1) More physical fitness

Holy cats, I fell off the wagon in a major way with this one last year. Looking back, I’m not exactly sure how this deteriorated, but it probably started pretty early on, likely with the craziness that ensued after the next item happened…

2) Buy a beach property in Mexico

This one materialized in the second month of last year! I mentioned a “romantic partner” in last year’s update β€” their name is Kali, we are still together, and we actually ended up buying an amazingly cute little studio in Tulum together at the end of February.

After we returned from that trip, this purchase immediately added a pretty big layer of complexity to life, as neither of us had ever bought a property out of the country before and our Spanish is a little, ahem, rusty. Thankfully, we eventually worked through the mess of contract negotiations and other intricacies. It was just starting to be built last spring, so it was finally completed in the fall.

Right now we’re just making it available for family and friends, so if you need a great place to stay in Mexico please hit me up!

3) Go back to Europe for pleasure

Oops. This didn’t happen.

4) Build relationships

Yes, I see this one as a success! I focused on building depth within my family and my business, rather than going broad.

I invested a lot of time, energy, and love into my relationships my kids and with Kali last year. (BTW, someday the world hear more of Kali’s story, and, well… I would need a whole other blog post to even scratch the surface of how world-changing a human this is, my friends. I am truly honored to know them.)

Also, as you’re about to read below, I had quite a relational journey with the company last year… the team experienced some massive, tectonic shifts, and though I truly believe it will all work out for good, it was also very hard.

5) Create great memories with kiddos

In my view, I did… “OK” at this last year. I did try my absolute best to get to as many of their activities as possible β€” and I was able to attend almost all of them! β€” AND I will say I want to work on being more fully present with them over this coming year.

6) 10k users in #lovework

We did not make this goal last year. Turns out, 2022 WAS a “growth year” for #lovework… but NOT in terms of users on the platform.

I didn’t know it when I wrote this goal, of course, but 2022 was going to be a growth year for the #lovework TEAM.

Almost the entire team is different now than it was a year ago β€” and it’s exponentially larger. My confidence in the new team we are building is a huge reason you see another audacious goal for #lovework below.

But before we do that, here are the most notable things that happened in my 2022!


Notable Events From 2022

  • COVID β€” Successfully avoided it until the very beginning of 2022 and then BAM. Happy New Year.
  • Mexico Trip In February β€” This trip was life-changing, in so many ways. It provided the beginnings for our Airbnb adventure and also catalyzed Kali working more with #lovework, which has been transformational for our company.
  • Accutane β€” I had struggled with adult acne my whole (adult) life, and decided to try a 5-month adventure with this craaazy drug. I won’t lie to you; it was terrible. But the results on the other side have been worth it, thankfully!
  • Rocky Horror β€” Believe it or not, I’d never been… until now! (VIRGIN)
  • Kiddo Musical Performances β€” The oldest created her own show for DCPA’s Musical Madness and was Mrs. Potts in Beauty & The Beast. The youngest was in Tangled and The Infamous Shoe Gang. The oldest also joined a children’s choir, which was just absurdly adorable. Overall, it was a pretty spectacular year for musical performances.
  • Harry Potter + Quidditch β€” The oldest got WAY into H.P. this year… I think she’s read all 7 books now… twice. The youngest is on board, too, now (phew)…! We also got to play Quidditch for the oldest’s birthday, which was a blast.
  • Roadie” Activities β€” I got to tag along to a whole bunch of Kali’s shows. Expert tip: if you’re going to be a roadie, do it for a vocalist (not much gear!).
  • Investor Fundraise β€” Completed our first small fundraise for #lovework via a “friends and family” Angel round with a great group of investors.
  • Red Rocks w/ Kiddos β€” Pro: got to take the kiddos to Red Rocks for their first time! Con: the band was KidzBop. (Oh alright… it was quite fun!)
  • Fast Company Innovation Festival β€” Attended this innovation-focused conference in NYC. The on-site events around Manhattan were pretty cool, but otherwise not worth the hype.
  • HLTH β€” Attended this huge, health-focused conference in Vegas. Overall, it impressed me. Highly recommend watching this video from it.
  • Elitch Gardens β€” Believe it or not (again), I’d never been!
  • Thanksgiving β€” Traveled with the kiddos to meet some of Kali’s family. It was a delightful trip!
  • Holiday Disneyland Trip… This Time With Even More Magic β€” Had an awesome time going back to Disneyland/California Adventure again this year… and this time surprised the girls with a trip to Harry Potter at Universal. The ride inside Hogwarts is one of the Top 3 coolest rides I’ve ever been on… I’ve never experienced anything like it.
  • Mean Girls @ DCPA β€” Right around the holiday, we took the kiddos to a fun immersive game activity and all wore our pink hats. Someone passing by on the street asked me, “Are you going to Mean Girls?” We weren’t (didn’t even know it was in town), but of course we looked it up, and were somehow able to get tickets for that night. What a fun show! The girls know all the lyrics to all the songs already.


Goals & Intentions For 2023

  1. Physical fitness β€” I gotta sort this one out. Gonna give myself a bit of grace, though… I just want to have a solid routine in place by the end of 2023 that I can and will stick to.
  2. Build more adult friendships β€” This is harder than it sounds for more people than just me, right?
  3. Start writing and speaking again β€” By the end of this year, I want to be on some kind of regular cadence of writing again, and I want to start making myself available for more speaking by then, as well.
  4. Create great memories with kiddos β€” In addition to being consistently more present, I also want to be intentional about more kiddo time this coming year. I’d like to start doing 1:1 dates with each kiddo, maybe 1x/month…? Seems like this should be easy, but the logistics are REAL tricky! Intending to sort out a plan for this by the end of the year, too.
  5. 10,000 paid users in #lovework β€” Yup, let’s try this again.

Thank you so much for caring enough to read this whole thing. Even if we don’t talk often, I appreciate you and send you love for your 2023!

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2021: Year In Review

Leadership, Legacy, Life

Hello my friends!

Wow, it’s been a whole year since I posted! Believe it or not, 2021 was the first year I haven’t posted multiple entries since I started blogging in 2005.

I hope this note finds you well as we begin a new year together.

As usual, let’s start with a review of my goals from last year…


Goals For 2021 + Reflection

1) A little less “fight,” a little more “flow”

I’m going to mark this one a success. I feel I did a good job throughout the year of paying attention to the contrast of drawing from my interior power instead of pushing with external force; I tried hard to note when to go with the flow and when to speak up and express my truth. This will be an ongoing exercise for me, but I feel much stronger in my ability to do this effectively after a solid year of practice.

2) Start learning jazz piano

I didn’t go much further than “start,” but I did get started! I found a teacher I like, and had exactly two lessons before I decided I didn’t have the time and bandwidth to properly put towards this endeavor. I am still very committed to doing this more completely in the next couple years.

3) Take a long vacation on a beach

I wasn’t this specific in my publicly-posted goal last year, but privately I set an intention to go to Mexico for my 40th birthday in June with a romantic partner, and the universe conspired with me because that’s exactly what happened. I also started a new tradition that I will make at least a once-a-year occurrence: a solo trip of some kind where I am intentionally experiencing solitude and time to recharge my individual battery.

4) Continue good workout habits

Overall, this was a success. I developed a pretty solid rotation of a short workout via an app and Apple Fitness+ (usually HIIT). In my company, we also started working with a yoga instructor to do a 30-minute session with our team every week over Zoom, which was incredibly enjoyable and is something we’re still continuing into this year!

5) Build more relationships

I accomplished this in multiple ways. Since early last year, I’ve been building a new romantic relationship that has been fun, deep, and incredibly meaningful. Through that relationship, I also made a number of new friends as I got back out into the world a bit: going to shows, festivals, parties, and even a road trip. On the business front, we invited a number of new “work friends” (i.e. colleagues) into the company, and I also built relationships with a some very interesting people in the investor community. I still want to work more on building more new friendships in Denver, but I believe that will happen more organically now that we’re nearing the endemic stage of this crazy COVID thing.

6) Orbit the entire Helios biz around #lovework

We did this in some really big ways last year. It mostly happened behind the scenes β€” it’s an absurd amount of work to pivot a company in the way we have, especially in such a condensed timeframe and with the corresponding pressure from a pandemic β€” but the fruits of our labor will be much more publicly-visible in 2022 as we bring the #lovework product more fully to the world.


Notable Events From 2021

  • Flood in my house β€” Right around Valentine’s Day, something strange happened in my 3rd floor laundry room and water ended up pouring down through the walls on all three levels. This also happened to be at the same time as a bitter cold front rolled through Denver (below-zero degree temps) so everything was frozen… like, “tiny icicles hanging from my garage ceiling” frozen. Fortunately my home insurance covered most of the cost, but it was a multi-month process to get my house put back together!
  • Staycation β€” As mentioned above, I discovered a new tradition for a solo recharge trip. In 2021, that came in the form of a long weekend “staycation” at a local Denver hotel/spa… maybe I’ll wander a bit further from home for this in 2022…
  • New romantic partner β€” This was without question the most transformative part of my year. I’ve learned so much from this relationship already, and I feel sooo amazingly lucky that we somehow met each other (ask me sometime and I’ll tell you the story).
  • COVID vaccine β€” I was thrilled to get the Pfizer vaccine as early as I did. For someone like me with health-related anxiety, the vaccine did a ton to move my mental wellness in a positive direction.
  • Mexico trip β€” Mentioned above of course. I definitely need a LOT more beach in my life, y’all… something about the ocean is pure healing for me.
  • Cat CafΓ© β€” My youngest daughter loooves kitties, so we took her to the local Cat Cafe for her birthday. Cue: overwhelming adorableness.
  • Playing and singing again β€” I didn’t do any public performing in 2021, but it felt REALLY good to get back into playing and singing again, if only a little here and there.
  • LEGOLand β€” Allison and I took the kiddos on a surprise summer trip to LEGOLand. This was SO very much fun, and I’m deeply grateful Allison and I can do things like this together.
  • True Power Mastermind β€” My friend RΓΊna created a beautiful Mastermind experience and invited me to join; this was a really transformative thing for me to be part of in the last half of 2021.
  • Festival & roadtrip β€” As mentioned above, I got to attend a music festival and we road-tripped through Pagosa Springs on the way back. I had been itching to get some hot springs in my life, so this was fabulous!
  • So. Much. Content. β€” A huge amount of my work-life last year was spent creating content for the #lovework app. I am very glad I did it, but wow… the scope of that project made writing a book feel easy.
  • Holiday Disneyland β€” The romantic partner and I took my kiddos to Disneyland at holiday time. I’m already experiencing so much joy from the beautiful memories created by this trip. I was also reminded of my deep love for travel, and I’m thrilled by the possibility of including my kids more on future trips… they are becoming great little travelers. Side note on this topic: my friend Mark posted a quote that really impacted me β€” he said, “I used to prioritize my schedule. Now I schedule my priorities.” Taking this advice to heart was the singular reason I did the kiddo trip, and I am very committed to living my life in a way where I schedule my priorities moving forward.

Priorities/Intentions/Goals For 2022

  1. More physical fitness β€” Now that I’m, ahem, officially in my 40’s (but just barely, thankyouverymuch!), it’s definitely necessary to keep up my physical fitness habits. Might even work on a few vanity projects this year… no time like winter to get ready for pool season, right!?
  2. Buy a beach property in Mexico β€” This feels like a bit of a stretch, but I’m gonna put it out there: I want to buy a property somewhere on the YucatΓ‘n peninsula before the end of 2022.
  3. Get back to Europe for pleasure β€” It’s been far too long since I’ve set foot in Europe. Specifically I want to visit Amsterdam again, but maybe I can visit a few other places while I’m there, too…
  4. Build relationships β€” Continue to put myself out there more, making more new friends, reconnecting with old friends, and deepening the most important relationships in my life. More love, y’all… more love.
  5. Create great memories with kiddos β€” I don’t have specific plans for how I want to do this yet (other than hopefully another holiday Disney trip next winter!), but I absolutely want/need to do more day-trips and travel with my kiddos… it brings me so much joy.
  6. 10,000 paid users in #lovework β€” On the work-front, 2022 is when we start really helping large numbers of people learn how to love work. Our goal is to have at least 10k paid users by the end of the year, but we’ll see… maybe we can do more!

Thank you so much for reading this.

I wish you light and love in 2022, and if we haven’t talked in awhile please reach out! 🧑

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