I love to read. I've been reading since I was two years old, and my love affair with reading has grown up with me. It's now an inherent part of who I am.
Here are two ideas that brought more meaning to my reading life. They’re from The Little Guide to Your Well-Read Life by Steve Leveen. (The subtitle is “How to get more books in your life and more life from your books.”)Read More
If you’re a woman in the workplace, here’s a tip for getting heard in meetings and on conference and video calls: Interrupt. Read on for suggestions on how interrupting can be advantageous when you want to contribute to the conversation at work.Read More
There’s great strength in “taking a moment.” I totally and completely respect The Pause. I adore it. I have a strange and unusual reverence for it. I believe in the strength and significance of The Pause.Read More
Do you make your boss shine? Do you actively make his/her life easier? If not, why not? Here are a few tips on shifting your mindset, even if you hate your job.Read More
Mini Habits. That's what I've been doing for a few months and, I'm pleased to say, I've been quite successful. Probably because they're mini.Read More
Today, she would have been 92. Some days, I forget she's gone and I pick up the phone. Then I put it down with a frustrated sigh.Read More
Your one word is who you are.
It doesn't change.
It stays constant throughout your life.
Consider it the rudder to your boat called Life, steering you in the right direction and keeping you on track with who you truly are.Read More
To get my creative juices flowing, I went to the library. I saw a book by Evan Carmichael titled Your One Word, The Powerful Secret to Creating a Business and Life That Matters.
I was immediately intrigued.Read More