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Following your passion comes at a cost. But nothing should stop you. Read about how Catheryn decided to forgo her legal career and get into the ice cream sandwich business.
In today's fast paced ever changing world, time is precious and of the essence. We are consistently multi-tasking and trying to be as efficient as possible. Checking emails while making morning coffee. Taking conference calls to and from lunch meetings. And let’s not forget the email you forgot to send before you left work. Now... Continue Reading →
In 2006, Carol Dweck introduced mindset theories to us in her book, Mindset: The New Psychology of Success. In this book she talks about the difference between a growth and fixed mindset and her research from there has skyrocketed into classrooms, workplaces and conferences. The idea is that people who have a growth mindset tend to... Continue Reading →
If you are a reader like me, it can be challenging to find the right book to read. Not to mention the decision to pick between a fiction or non fiction book. Then add in career and self development books. It can leave you in the aisle of a book store like this... Thankfully... Continue Reading →
Online dating has evolved since the 90's. The majority of platforms that were available were computer based, always required a fee and made users take a personality test. Match.com paved the way in 1995 which lead to e-Harmony (2000) and OKCupid (2004). In the early 2000's these were the dating giants and still online dating... Continue Reading →
Diversity is a hot topic and has been for the last several years. Articles that are typically in circulation are usually diversity recruitment, metrics, triumphs and failures. How to engage with diverse millennials. What are the best diversity conferences for 2018. How to build a diverse team. How to leverage diversity within your organization. Everything... Continue Reading →
What is your WHY? This is a question I often ask groups. It is important to understand the why behind your passions, career and every day decisions. Now some things we do or we are challenged with every day we can't avoid, but if you remove those things, your why should have passion or a goal... Continue Reading →