Growing up in Michigan, Halloween was a BIG deal. My sister, Jodi, and I spent months dreaming up our costumes, usually brought to life with full parental participation from fabric remnants, mom’s sewing machine and dad’s tool bench scraps. My favorite was the year we went as packages of plain and peanut M&Ms. You can […]Read more "Don’t be a Scaredy-Solopreneur: 4 Ways to Overcome Failure"
Have you noticed how leadership is often talked about in one of two ways: a single person who can captivate people in a way that inspires them to follow him or as the over-confident superhero who has a weakness but is able to hide it from the world? Princess Diana. Indira Gandhi. Madonna. Cleopatra. Marilyn […]Read more "The Go-Getter’s Guide to Leadership: #LadyLeader Guest Post"
As a headstrong success-driven woman of the 70s, my mom might well have burned her bra. We have no evidence to the fact, but if she didn’t one of her friends probably did. This means that my childhood was spent marinating in women’s empowerment with a sprinkle of ‘stick it to the man’. I had […]Read more "3 Deliciously Unrealistic Expectations Worth Having: #LadyLeader Guest Post"