I am freshly returned from my vision fast/quest where I was so beautifully held by the seen and unseen in the mountains of Eastern Montana, traditional lands of the Kalispel and Schitsu’umsh people.
Today, still feeling quite incapable of forming full sentences, I am here to offer you a conversation facilitated early last month by Sarah Liljegren of the Home For Humanity podcast.
“This interview (The Risks Of Fundamentalism) for the Home for Humanity podcast sinks into the work that IS Larisa Noonan. I immediately felt like we had something in common – that our work is woven into the fiber of our beings.
This is a controversial topic because “work” holds a different interpretation for people, and often it’s something used to “fuel” or “fund” our “real” passion in life – perhaps unrelated to our work.
Whatever your work/life matrix looks like, breaking down the pre-conceived “right vs wrong” ideas about it, is what we’re really talking about today. Larisa and I have walked in what feels like polarizing worlds, so it makes sense that it ended up being our gift in business: to help people through times of great change.”
ps. Impressions? Insights sparked? Something you especially loved? Reach out and tell me all about it. 🙂