It’s Today. | a late cup of coffee & an FFT

Go Slow + Do No Harm

Gov. Inslee’s surprise yesterday morning in approving a handful of real estate activities as essential – permitted under heightened restrictions – did not mean “business as usual.”  Many of you would have received a Go Slow + Do No Harm memo from me yesterday in response. If you didn’t and would like me to forward to you: text me – 206.227.7133.

Cliff notes in response: We are citizen agents and this time more than any other in our history, calls on us to prioritize the collective community good over our individual.


And this time more than any other is a collective “FFT” moment. Interested in what an “FFT” is? Grab a late Sunday morning coffee and listen in on Brene Brown on normalizing discomfort and identifying when we are in “FFT” moments.

This I am certain of.

Podcast on FFTs – Here.

Sun is out in Seattle at this moment; be sure to see it + feel it. Healing!



2 thoughts on “It’s Today. | a late cup of coffee & an FFT

  1. Sand Point Office says:

    I’ve loved Brene Brown for years!

    Beth Lagerberg | Broker Support

    Seattle – Sand Point Office
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    Seattle, WA 98105
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