So if selfishness is inherently unfavorable and selflessness is looked at more favorably, can we presume that they might actually be true in the reverse at the very same time? … More Selfish vs. Selfless: Not What You Think
A little over a month ago, I spent time with 800 women in Texas exploring how we can “inspire the woman, impact the world.” Over the extended weekend that we were convened, we had the opportunity to be educated by experts on growing relationships, supporting people and organizations through crisis, achieving excellence, succeeding through conflict, … More 7 Lessons to Create Positive Impact Confidently
In the first six months of 2018, I was extremely fortunate to have picked some reads that left indelible marks on my life. As frequent readers of this blog know, I am a believer of continuous improvement and that reading can not only have incredible impact, but be life changing. In this post, I will … More Best Books of 2018… So Far!
It is amazing how one little exploration of something new to me, though I was fortunate to have a seasoned guide, could open up my world, my eyes, and my way of thinking for decades. … More How a Simple Bus Ride Helped Me be Successful (#4 of 6 – Lessons That Impact Life)
This is third in a series of six posts about lessons I learned from my grandfather that apply to career growth and development, in addition to just being generally good advice for life. This is in his memory and in honor of Father’s Day. Report card time for any student is stressful. I was inquisitive … More Measure the Right Things (#3 of 6 – Lessons That Impact Life)