I will never forget the moment I discovered WorkHuman, it was as if I had unearthed buried treasure. WorkHuman 2018 was no exception.
Let me take you back in time: before I became a mom, before I had found my life’s work. I was hungry. Hungry to learn. Hungry to grow. Hungry to find my path. That’s when I met Mike Cook. Mike didn’t happen by accident. During my “hungry years”, with no social media to distract me, […]
I find myself very reflective this morning, as I sit here, caught between chapters. Big changes and bold moves call for a little bravery as my little family of three embarks on a new adventure. We’re moving from our Norman Rockwell-like village in Pelham, NY, on the outskirts of one of the greatest cities in […]
Friends, it just came to my attention that four blog posts have gone out since December that pretended to come from me. We think we have put an end to the imposter’s infiltration of my website, but if you receive anything from me, that doesn’t sound like me, please don’t open it and let me know. […]
One favorite acting-term, from my theatre-days of yore, is “fresh minting”. The term “fresh minting” means experiencing something you’ve done or said before, as if it’s the very first time. “Fresh minting” means experiencing something you’ve done or said before, as if it’s the very first time. Every year as we trim our tree, and […]
When I met Jessica*, I was immediately struck by her passion and clarity. She was a woman on a mission! She could see that her company was committed to doing things the way they’d always been done, and it was causing the best-and-the-brightest to jump ship. As she explained it, people were leaving because they wanted to […]
At dinner the other night they had lobster bisque on the menu. Delicious! While I resisted the calories, I was immediately transported back in time, to our idlic summer vacation on the coast of Maine. Some of our greatest lessons can be found in the most unexpected places, and mine was a lesson in mastery. Having grown […]
I will never forget the first time I traveled to Japan for work, as it changed the way I saw myself and the world. At the tender age of 24, I knew it was going to be an adventure. It sounded like a cool thing to do. So exotic. Having grown up in Montana and […]