I had the sincere pleasure of meeting Cheryl Hunter for the first time last week. A few nights earlier, I watched the unbelievable story she shared at a TEDx conference in Santa Monica in May. […]
There is an art to everything and boasting about your latest accomplishment is no exception. People simply love a good story and when you learn how to toot your own horn gracefully, authentically and with enthusiasm, you inspire everyone you meet.
Not too long ago I was sitting in the waiting room of a lab getting some blood work done when I noticed a simple sign on the wall. Naturally, I read it while the nurse typed my information into the system. […]
In the last few weeks, you may have seen the video about Karen Klein, the 68 year-old grandmother who was viciously bullied by four teenagers as she worked as a school bus monitor in suburban New York. […]
As a woman who was raised by a (somewhat bra-burning) feminist, I prided myself on the notion that I could have it all. It fueled me. It challenged me. It drove me to pursue my dreams. While I am grateful for the woman I have become as a result of my upbringing, I often find myself scratching my head wondering how on earth can I actually DO it all. […]
When you see a pack of teenagers huddled together at the Mall, do you squirm or smile? Does it evoke warm memories of your high school prom or distasteful flashbacks of gossiping girls?
How can you make the most out of a terribly uncomfortable situation? When an employee has cause for termination, give them the GIFT of letting them go.
It’s about time that Mr. Rogers became a YouTube sensation. Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood was a safe haven to discover and talk about childhood fears and questions. His messages of kindness and connection inspired so many young minds.
There is no better gift to give your children than to instill them with a sense of confidence.