At the 2009 Vancouver Peace Summit, the Dalai Lama stated, “The World Will Be Saved By The Western Woman.” What does that mean to you? I believe that as a Western woman, you not only have amazing opportunities, but you have a responsibility in driving the evolution of our species to the next level. Tune.. read more →

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Have you ever wondered where that voice of self-doubt comes from? Why are we so programmed to listen to it and follow it unconsciously like a robot? The doubter within or the inner-critic actually serves a purpose; it is trying to keep us safe. The doubter is your personal department of risk mitigation. The problem.. read more →

06 Mar 2015
March 6, 2015

4 Steps to a Great Personal Brand

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We all think of brands and branding when it comes to companies and logos, but how often do you think about your own personal brand? We all have one. Yet most of us don’t realize that our very own personal brand is the impression and impact we make every day on others, regardless of what.. read more →

14 Jan 2015
January 14, 2015

From Big Corporate to Entrepenuer

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Have you ever wondered about leaving your comfortable corporate job with a fat paycheck and great benefits to follow your passion and dream?  My long term and esteemed colleague Joe Panettieri with After Nines Media, graciously did a 20 minute podcast interview with me to share my journey from to corporate to entrepreneur. What I know for.. read more →

10 Sep 2014
September 10, 2014

The Danger of Saying “YES”


Many years ago, I had a friend named Lori who once said to me, “People pleasers are dangerous people, because they are cowards.”  I never really knew at the time exactly what she meant by that statement, but what I know for sure now is that whenever I say YES to someone and I really.. read more →

16 May 2014
May 16, 2014

She Let It Go

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I have realized over the last few years the huge amount of freedom and relief that comes from just letting it go.  Trying to change anything or anyone or attempting to control an outcome or a situation can be exhausting.  So much worry and anxiety is developed when in this mode, yet it changes nothing.. read more →

It’s probably common knowledge that “public speaking” is a #1 fear for most people!  I happen to believe there are only two kinds of presenters – those that get nervous and those that are liars.  People will spend a lot of time preparing slides and knowing their content well, but the most over looked aspect.. read more →

26 Feb 2014
February 26, 2014

Silence – Why is it golden?

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A couple of years ago, I went through a six week women’s leadership training while working at Cisco.  It was the most progressive corporate business training I had ever experienced. What I remember most were two things:  1.)  It was so unconvential and inspiring for the corporate hi-tech business world; and 2.)  Though the information.. read more →

18 Feb 2014
February 18, 2014

Women help reinforce the Glass Ceiling

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Q:  Does the glass ceiling really exist for women? A few simple facts:  In the mid-1980’s women began earning 50% of all degrees, both bachelors and graduate.  As of today, women earn more than 65% of all degrees.  Yet, women make up only – 14% of executive roles, 17% of board seats, 17% of elected officials;.. read more →