An Inside Look at the Mastermind: Free Info Session Thursday, February 23

Curious about the program and want to know more about what’s in a Mastermind? Join me this Thursday, February 23rd at 1:00PM Eastern for a Free Info Session and an inside look at what the program includes, how it works, and what to expect.Keep Reading

Want More Connection?

I have a friend who seems to run into people he knows everywhere he goes. He seems like the most connected person I know. I laughed and asked him how he does it. Here’s what he shared with me.Keep Reading

2017 Book List

In 2017, one of my goals is to read more books by women and by people of color. As part of my year of devotion and paying more attention to where I spend my mental energy, I’m keeping track of all of the books I read. Here’s an ongoing list of books I’m reading this year.Keep Reading

February Monthly Writing Theme: Perspective

Each month I share a monthly writing prompt for you to reflect on, write about, and discuss. I’ll be writing a lot on this theme, and I invite you to join me in writing by linking your blog in the comments below or following the hashtag #mowriting on Twitter or Instagram. Perspective: What is it? HowKeep Reading

The Introvert’s Guide to Networking at a Conference

My friend was recently excited about a conference but terrified of going and getting overwhelmed. He texted me: “Help! do you have any good networking advice for introverts at conferences?”  Conferences are a great way to meet people, and it’s one of the best ways I’ve used to reach out to new people, connect withKeep Reading

Humor, Comedy, and Laughter: How To Tell A Great Joke (And When It’s Not Funny)

I always cringe when someone tells a joke and it’s a joke that’s at someone else’s expense. Making fun of people isn’t great comedy. It’s cruelty disguised as humor. “Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.” — Eleanor Roosevelt. But how do you know? What’s the difference between edgy in yourKeep Reading

An Answer For Everything

There’s an answer for everything. Every choice, every decision, every reason for being. When you feel the impulse to dance, or wiggle, or scream, or wring your hands in frustration. When you think you don’t want to go to a meeting, when you hate getting on the subway, when you want to quit working withKeep Reading

January Writing Theme: Discernment

Each month I share a monthly writing prompt for you to reflect on, write about, and discuss. I’ll be writing a lot on this theme, and I invite you to join me in writing by linking your blog in the comments below or following the hashtag #mowriting on Twitter or Instagram. Discernment: What is it?Keep Reading

Upcoming 2017 Monthly Writing Themes

December is a time for rest and renewal. I’ll be taking the holiday time to write nearly exclusively on my book and focus on the Mastermind group I’ve been working with since September. Here are the monthly writing themes for the upcoming new year, if you’re curious:  January 2017: Discernment  February 2017: Perspective March 2017:Keep Reading

What Questions Are You Asking? (Three Questions For Reconnection)

We are the questions we ask. We are the way we inquire, curiously, about the world we work in. As I was going through what was (for me), a difficult pregnancy, I looked to my partner and asked, time and time again: “How do I make it through this?”  It’s hard to believe now, butKeep Reading