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3 weeks, 5 days ago Posted in: Blog 0

What do people such as Bill Gates, Paul Allen who started Microsoft, Mohammad Dewji of the METL Group, Richard Branson of Virgin Airlines, and Mark Cuban, who started Broadcast.com, all have in common? They are all billionaires who have sustained their business and personal success over many years. What are some routines and habits of […]

1 month ago Posted in: Blog 0

Many women deal with mood swings at different stages of their life. Frequently, these mood swings are hormonal due to menopause, menstruation, or birth control changes, and we can feel like our moods are out of our control. Hormone imbalances cause many women to overreact to things that never used to faze them. Beyond any […]

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Are you a night owl? Do you find yourself procrastinating when your brain tells you, “I should really be going to bed right now?” Thanks to our circadian rhythms, your body can feel more awake or asleep at different points of the day. It’s a naturally occurring phenomenon, and not everyone’s rhythm is the same—some […]

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We are all vulnerable to the voice in our heads that tells us we aren’t good enough, that we aren’t prepared, that we are imposters, or that others are better than us. These moments of self-doubt often occur when we have an exciting opportunity – when we are prepping for a big moment such as […]

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In my recent article, 3 Signs You’re the Target of Narrow-Minded People and What to Do, I described how women and people of color are often the target of bias and are much more likely to encounter the subtle forms of prejudice than the more obvious signs. In this article, I will zero in on […]

1 month ago Posted in: Blog 0

Procrastination is a common problem for almost everyone. We find ourselves thinking, “I should really be getting this project finished,” as we binge-watch the next episode of our favorite TV series or stand in front of the open fridge for the fourth time in an hour. It affects our commitments to completing work, as well […]

1 month ago Posted in: Blog, Leadership Development 0

As women, we are usually aware of blatant examples of workplace bias. Typical experiences are receiving nasty racist notes and using disparaging language to black employees, apparent pay disparities between women and men, and supervisors’ admonitions that women need to just get along with the boys. These are only a few. These are obvious, inflammatory, […]

3 months, 2 weeks ago Posted in: Blog 0

Based on over 35 years of experience as a leader and consultant, I believe there’s an effective leadership model for daily operations and for sustainable innovation that works well for leaders, regardless of their experience level. This leadership framework is also very useful for managing the change that inevitably accompanies innovation. Consisting of three distinct […]

3 months, 2 weeks ago Posted in: Blog 0

Worrying is healthy and can be helpful when it spurs you to act and solve a problem. However, if you’re preoccupied with “what ifs” and worst-case scenarios, chronic worry can become anxiety. However, it is possible to train your brain to work more productively with emotions and develop mental habits that keep you on your […]

3 months, 2 weeks ago Posted in: Blog 0

Bullying isn’t just for the playground. Consider the bullying behavior at work or adults who use emotional power tactics to dominate their peers. Let’s look at how these bullies work their techniques on others. We all have hidden vulnerabilities, and the most common fear is social rejection. Surprised? While we may not realize it, we […]

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