Category: Business

I excelled on the fast-track by constantly looking for ways to embrace and contribute to the bigger picture.  Taking an interest in the bigger picture is what helps advance careers in any field, especially as an industry leader or entrepreneur….

“Lean towards joy and listening, and away from giving advice.” That was the message to kick off my weekend retreat at Kripalu in the beautiful Berkshires area. I have always been interested in learning about positivity and happiness so I…

We are happy to welcome Kim Dow, our fabulous Wholistic Woman Alliance Partner, graphic designer, and today’s guest blogger as she shares what she learned at the Be Courageous Retreat. I have a healthy fear of heights. It’s cool, I’m…

Do you ever struggle with balance…at work or at home? What would a healthy, interdependent, relationship with your co-workers or your life partner look like? Interdependent may not be a word that we use very often, but I believe it…

“Everyone is a genius.  But if you judge a fish on its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” ~ Albert Einstein Everyone is a genius! You are a genius.  Don’t believe…

Are you engaged or disengaged with your work? If you admit to feeling disengaged, you’re not alone. Studies show that a whopping 71% of the US workforce is not engaged in their work. While it’s good to know that we’re…

What can be the impact of using one theme word for an entire year? Now that I’ve used, One Word to Change Your Life, with clients, family, and friends for most of 2013, I’ve heard a variety of stories that…

Have you ever noticed that sometimes the words ‘thank you’ just aren’t enough? At times those two special words fall short of encompassing the depth of the emotions that we feel.  They suffice for simple acts of courtesy and thoughtfulness,…

Do you think its possible to live your life without expectations? For me, the answer is not yet.  I’m not spiritually evolved enough.  I haven’t learned how to fully live in the present. My observation is that expectations come from…

“What’s your word?” I asked the thoughtful-looking woman standing before me. She gazed off into the distance and said quietly, “Acceptance. It’s the lens through which I’m challenging myself with some hard questions. For example, I’ve been dieting for months…

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