It’s that time of year when many managers and employees are going through the dreaded performance review process. The idea of giving or receiving anything less than “you rock” puts many of us into a tailspin of anxiety and stress. In the past, when I was getting ready for a performance review, I would stress
To all of the women warriors out there…..those who want to live life on their terms, without apology, and without everything falling apart. To those who have spent so many years working the 60 hour weeks, raising a family, doing what you were supposed to be doing. To those who are just exhausted at this
Alright, I am going to say it….I feel like a BADASS! I received my 2nd masters degree, at age 50, last week. What makes this a BADASS move is I did it on my terms. I did it as part of reclaiming my life. Being a badass has nothing to do with riding a
A teacher walks into a classroom and sets a glass jar on the table. He silently places 2-inch rocks in the jar until no more can fit. He asks the class if the jar is full and they agree it is. He says, “Really,” and pulls out a pile of small pebbles, adding them to
As Brene Brown so eloquently states, “Vulnerability sounds like truth and feels like courage.” When you ask someone to describe what is courage, they usually describe someone who is vulnerable. Vulnerability and courage aren’t always comfortable, but they’re never weakness. It’s our vulnerabilities and courage that make us who we are and drive our passions.