When you finally decide to take it from the dream state and bring it into the real world, the very first decision you are faced with is figuring out what exactly you want to do.
We often hear the term "The Game of Life." In some ways, life is a game. It is a game of strategy that exists within your mind, the others around you, and all of the millions of variables of that make up our existence.
Most of us solo entrepreneurs have had a dark day or two. Truth is being solo when running a company or brand can be difficult and most of all challen...
Women U.S. Senators and the women who help run this governing branch made headlines recently for a seemingly mundane task: they came to work after a blizzard dumped more than two feet of snow on the nation's capital.
You may find it surprising that women have cast the deciding votes in presidential elections for nearly four decades. What may not be surprising is that female voices rarely dominate the discussions leading up to Election Day.
So, What happened the first year out of a coma? After you re-learn how to walk, talk, see, remember (memory was a massive problem) and your brain starts to function again, what are the next steps?
I invited 24 amazing women from all walks of wellness -- from Bestselling authors to Celebrity coaches -- to engage in frank conversations about exactly how they got started, overcame obstacles, found success and built thriving businesses that are not only impactful but also really lucrative.
As we look forward into this new year and consider where we want to be in 52 weeks -- and 520 or 5200 weeks -- how can we avoid being barbarous ancestors? Or to flip the script, how can we be kind to our descendants and ourselves?
It's life's lust for expansion, even though it sometimes upsets our own mothers. If you're lucky, like I am lucky, your mum will pack her growth suitcase and come along with you.
This past December, Harold Henthorn was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of his wife Toni Henthorn. Originally, when Harold Henthorn reported the death of his wife off of a 140-ft cliff in Denver, Colorado, it was considered an accident.
Hey, I've been working some within the women in tech community, supporting women-led startups and code programs for women and girls. Lots of times, the folks in this community don't get the recognition they deserve.
I recently interviewed over 200 ultra-productive people including 7 billionaires, 13 Olympians, 20 straight-A students and over 200 successful entrepreneurs. I asked a simple, open-ended question, "What is your number one secret to productivity?" After analyzing all of their responses, I coded their answers into 15 unique ideas.
Many people I spoke with in the last few weeks while doing my day to day activities were more than happy to share what they would do if they won the lottery. A technician at my doctors' office said, "Well, if I win the lottery, I certainly won't be here."
I found myself in a whole new world. I didn't know how I would work things out, but I did know that my work was too important to give up again. It hasn't been easy for any of us, but it has been worthwhile. Here are a few of the lessons I've learned.
Willingness to change means we have to examine our company's results, acknowledge they are not acceptable and choose to do something about it. Below is what the average company looks like for women and men by level.
"Sorry! Thanks." "Ugh, I'm sorry." "Oh, I'm so sorry!" Um, I am? The sorries slip out so easily. A case of Ms. Manners' word vomit at it finest...