In leadership workshops across the country, when I pair participants to share their top three areas of expertise in mock job interviews, a strange thing often happens. The interviewers get frustrated. They find their job “candidates” unwilling or unable to clearly articulate their strengths and provide specific examples that demonstrate their unique value and excellence.… Read More
Is success a sign of self-love, or does one have nothing to do with the other? I’ve been thinking about that a lot lately, because in traveling around the country I’ve met person after person who has experienced material success, and yet remain personally unfulfilled. It makes me wonder…are we all unconsciously choosing one over the other? Matt… Read More
That’s when she opted to be a “B-” at work to be an “A+” in her own life. Genius!
I wish more of us would bravely chose to be an “A” in our own lives. Choose to put ourselves first, so that we can not only excel at work, but in life by living and enjoying the life we were meant to live.
It’s not enough for us to put our heads down and simply try to crack the glass ceiling by running into it. As women we must lift our heads up, put our arms out and with confidence push through and push up to get to the next level – to elevate ourselves to new heights and bigger dreams.
March is Women’s History Month and today is International Women’s Day. Let us honor and recognize amazing women in our lives and history, and their profound impact as entrepreneurs, engineers, movers and shakers, inventors, CEO’s, community activists, teachers, mothers, daughters, and friends; each contributing a special flavor to the mixture of life across the world.
More and more women I meet in their 30’s, 40’s and 50’s are ready to ditch their corporate career, and embrace a new way of living. We want freedom from the politics, games and exhaustion that have been our steady companions as we’ve climbed our ladders of success. Instead, we’re seeking a deeper level of fulfillment, and the freedom to… Read More