Min Jin Lee's Free Food for Millionaires, which I've recently reread, and am struck anew by how much Lee loves all her characters and draws me into them.
This incisive piece on Dr. Brené Brown and her work in vulnerability and shame, whose work touches my soul deeply.
A recent research interview I conducted with Angie Durrell, violinist and founder of INTEMPO, whose Latinx immigrant roots have inspired her to form a community orchestra dedicated to local students of immigrant backgrounds. I love her tenacity and compassion in hoping to give those she sees her younger self in the resources and community she wanted but did not have.
As the leaves turn and days shorten, I always find myself retreating more inward this time of year, sinking into the bliss of solitude. It's rather unfortunate that it happens to coincide with the first semester of business school, where the opposite—emerging from one's shell, incessantly and often against one's will for the sake of "networking"—is often encouraged.