Four things you may have missed this month.

Once a month, I curate the best links I've come across that make me think, laugh or have inspired me. Here is the July list:

1. Last month comedian Kathy Griffin posted a very disturbing image. If you didn't follow the story read about it here. I am sure Griffin didn't expect the harsh reaction she received from just about everyone. Mitch Joel wrote this post and although he doesn't mention Griffin I think he has some good things to say about being offended. Read: In Defense of Being Deeply Offended by Mitch Joel. 

2. I'm inspired by a book of fairy tales written by refugee children. The author's worked with children in refugee camps on this collective creation. Read the article about it here.  If you love children's books this would be a good one to add to your shelf!

3. I'm obsessed with this commercial. I don't drink Gatorade but I think they managed to capture their message extremely well in this ad. I can't imagine how they will top it!

You can read more about the commercial here 

4. I've been travelling in Ireland, England and The Netherlands for the past few weeks. I feel very proud to be Canadian. I can't believe it's been 17 years since this commercial came out. It still holds up pretty well. Happy 150th Birthday Canada!

 

I am still getting over jet lag today and it will take me a few days to get back into the swing of things. I've been doing a lot of thinking and I'm looking forward to getting back into work. I want to help people live truthfully so that we can heal our world. I've got space available for one on one coaching in July. If you would like to explore how to move forward in any area of your life email me here.