The darkness beneath the mask

Originally published on Linkedin. Is the juice worth the squeeze? The consultant asked us to answer this question regarding choices to make in the system implementation. So, is the effort put into something justified by the outcome? I’m educated in economics and public policy, trained in program management, and we make decisions based on ReturnContinue reading “The darkness beneath the mask”

The past, the present, and the future

Originally published on Linkedin In my last letter, I wrote about peeling off the first mask. Throughout this journey, the one thing I learned is that there is no end. Challenging for someone whose profession is about starting and finishing projects. For a while, the EMDR treatment was life-changing. I went from having screaming voicesContinue reading “The past, the present, and the future”

The first mask removed – sounds from the past

Originally posted on Linkedin Look at Daniel, you should be more like Daniel. That is the model minority myth. Asians work hard, they make lots of money, they’re good at maths, they stay quiet. I am only “successful” because, in hindsight, I spent the majority of my adult working life grinding under the gun. PauseContinue reading “The first mask removed – sounds from the past”