When we tie wealth to stress reduction we ignore a million if not a billion other ways for us to reduce our stress. We also feed right into the cultural disease that working harder and more and earning more will lead to less stress.
Texas is freezing over, people are wearing double masks, and we are all left wondering what the hell is wrong with us.
Plan 12 weeks in two hours and get yourself set up to make a big impact without burning out.
I remember when I had a really great job and a really bad manager. I would go to work each day with so much enthusiasm for my work—telling myself that I could make it work. My positive attitude would last until about 2pm and then my manager would do something horrible. It wasn’t that he […]
Six strategy calls, one week. The verdict is in: Women everywhere are moonlighting as professional jugglers. I’ve been working with women for awhile now, I have hundreds of hours of personal data on what we are truly up against. And while you know I am busy creating solutions to change the external systems that are […]
At a fundraising dinner this week I sat at a table full of powerful women. They’re leading organizations, running departments at big banks, managing large teams and going after their dreams. We were there to raise money for the Finish Line Foundation and listen to two-time Olympian Carli Lloyd talk about, well, being an Olympian. […]
Weeks after my mom died I found no space adequately safe for my feelings. I mean no space. Not my bedroom, not my living room, not the park, not my car, not in a hug from a friend. I would lay there awake at night with tears rolling down my cheeks. I wasn’t even trying […]
In the past two weeks I have had encounters with people who have recently lost someone special to them. At the same time, the sun circled around the earth another time and 11 years have now come and gone since we lost my mom to cancer. There is something very familiar about the new grief […]
It’s Tuesday and I am sitting at the coffee bar at one of my favorite downtown spots waiting for my next meeting to start while fielding messages from women about how tired we are all of worrying about everyone’s feelings. This is a bit of a detour from The Cleaning Out Your Stuff Series but […]
It’s a rainy morning in Indiana. Billy and I went on a walk early and just let the rain fall on us as if it was a magical substance that would give us energy! Rain infused hair + wet puppy = happy morning. This is the sixth post in the Cleaning Out Your Stuff series. […]