Managing with Harmony

Inspired by an interview I heard today, here’s a burning question. How many people out there manage with the goal of creating and maintaining harmony at work? I’d like to think that I do, but sometimes I am such a boundary pusher that I’m probably working too hard to achieve harmony – and creating dissonance […]

Continue Reading 0

A Glimmer of Hope

I am SO behind the times when I only learn of this site today and realize it started last October. http://feministryangosling.tumblr.com Imagine – a sort of funny idea for a group of college friends turns into a viral narrative because it’s funny to think of Ryan Gosling as a feminist. And she actually nailed it. […]

Continue Reading 0

Clean Slate

Sometimes I have my best thinking in the shower. I’ve sung my best high notes, had some earth-shattering ideas and epiphanies and felt all around the most relaxed in a shower – all while getting cleansed and ready to start afresh. During my cathartic cleanse this evening, I stared at the new shower tile. Well, […]

Continue Reading 0

Who’s Your Sponsor?

When we trace the steps of every well-known female success story out there, I bet we can find a mentor or sponsor somewhere along the journey. Maybe it was a college professor or parent. Maybe a close friend. When taking a class from David Gergen at Harvard back in 2004, he shared a video where […]

Continue Reading 0

Information is emPOWERment

Owning debt is a rite of passage for all college students. Some of us eventually get our college loans under control before we add car and home to the equation. I remember when I was working overseas and upon my return, I couldn’t get preapproved for a car loan because I had no debt (other […]

Continue Reading 0