Keystone Thoughts

Bigger is not always better

Bigger is not always better

In a world that often glorifies growth and equates it with success, it's essential to take a step back and examine whether bigger is always better, especially in the context of business and financial success. I have been thinking about this tension and how it...

Embracing the Rhythms of Work Seasons

Embracing the Rhythms of Work Seasons

Embracing the Rhythms of Work Seasons: Finding Vulnerability and Resilience In the symphony of life, our professional journey is composed of distinct seasons - periods of growth, change, challenges, and renewal. These work seasons, much like the shifting tides of...

High Expectations

High Expectations

I Had High Expectations For Barbie I saw the Barbie film recently; taking my husband and friends and looking forward to some enlightening discussions afterwards. But I left more confused than enlightened. Before I elaborate, this reflection is highly personal and in...

Wellbeing Economy

Wellbeing Economy

Why Keystone believes in the Wellbeing Economy 200 charities, economists, businesses and unions urge FM to turn Wellbeing Economy rhetoric into reality More than 200 charities, economists, businesses, trade unions and academics have today (Thursday 13 July) sent an...

Anchored to Your Own Flow and Needs

Anchored to Your Own Flow and Needs

Finding my own pace and being anchored to my own needs. Part of building resilience for me, at the moment in time, is finding my own pace. I am leaning into both consistency and flexibility and consistently quieting the pace of others. This is challenging, don't get...