12 Aug 2014
August 12, 2014

Soft Skills of Success

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I’ve been through so much over the last 20 years managing and ascending a career in corporate America, getting divorced, raising children, and then launching my own consulting business and just published my first book. I have so much I love to share and am so passionate about the key elements that I think are.. read more →

30 Jul 2014
July 30, 2014

Is Botox Killing Empathy?

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Recent studies have shown a decline in empathy over the last twenty years in our society. Some of this is directly due to technology. Think about if a friend sends a text to another friend who is deeply upset over a breakup. It is easy to type words that sound empathetic, but if you are.. read more →

Having worked in hi-tech Fortune 500 companies for 20+ years, I knew that one of my strongest skills was following my intuition and jumping into action.  Yet, I rarely felt free to openly admit or share that “my intuition or gut” was my guidance.  Oh right, the guys in the room would have looked at.. read more →

12 Jul 2014
July 12, 2014

What’s Your Bottom Line?

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In a conversation over the weekend with my daughter about her boyfriend, I realized that learning to ask ourselves what our bottom line is in any situation or relationship, can be a way of tuning into our wisest self to guide us to our answers in order to live our best life. Usually the term.. read more →

06 Jul 2014
July 6, 2014

Don’t Lean In, LEAD OUT

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I had an amazing conversation the other day with my friend and colleague, Michele Norris about the momentum and hype around Lean In communities and the book itself.  Though I am grateful to Sheryl Sandburg for bringing attention and collaboration to this amazing women’s movement,  I have two issues with the Lean In idea: 1.).. read more →