Posts by mdoerr

  • Fighting for Personal Freedom

    Posted July 2, 2019 by mdoerr
    This year’s freedom topic focused on personal and spiritual freedom.
  • Wellness Free Forum July 2018

    Posted July 2, 2019 by mdoerr
    Living Free was the theme of last year's forum.
  • Go Beyond the “I Don’t Know”

    Posted May 14, 2019 by mdoerr
    There is both power and danger to saying those three little words; “I don’t know” (or IDK)
  • Inviting Imperfection

    Posted March 29, 2019 by mdoerr
    Let’s focus on the desire to live. I worry that a focus on suicide prevention leads to more suicide when unbalanced with the need to prevent perfectionism. I will provide a 3-step process to revise your thinking about perfection.
  • Cultivating Conversation

    Posted March 5, 2019 by mdoerr
    It’s only been within fairly recent history that women have a say in how the farm is being managed. This change is a good thing and requires a major adjustment in communication.
  • Hunting: Embracing Embeddedness

    Posted January 4, 2019 by mdoerr

    I’ve been searching for a way to challenge the hunting community to rethink how the activity is portrayed. There are random thoughts on notes posted in various places in Evernote, Trello, an outdoor notebook and on the notepad on my phone, but they never really came together until I…

  • No real darkness in nature

    Posted December 21, 2018 by mdoerr

    I love when I can bring nature and its benefits into a conversation. As a budding Ecopsychologist, I’m finding it pretty easy to incorporate my love of the outdoors into every conversation, especially when it has to do with living well. In preparation for a Wellness Forum on Lightness…

  • Successful workplaces want you to give a f***

    Posted December 18, 2018 by mdoerr
    Emotions affect how humans operate and inspire every action. Using specific examples, this post will unpack why withholding emotions could be holding progress back.
  • Closing a Meeting with Energy and Commitment

    Posted July 31, 2018 by mdoerr
    When leaders aren't closing a meeting by reviewing accomplishments, addressing feelings and committing to next actions, meetings don't succeed.
  • A Professional Hunter in Africa - What's That Gig Like?

    Posted July 16, 2018 by mdoerr
    Professional Hunter, a title some hunters assume due to their hunting prowess and success. But, it’s an earned title in Africa. On my recent 10-day hunt in South Africa, I meet some wonderful professional hunters – or “PH” as they’re called. A PH is required to accompany every foreign hunter there.