Doing Your Best

Did you do your best?

I ended up with a delayed flight at the airport with Laine Joelson Cohen and Charlene Li. We and had an amazing conversation, reliving and processing the whole weekend. I’m

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Collaboration

Competitor or collaborator – which do you choose?

Earlier this month, I shared about my incredible experience at the MG 100 community event. One of my favorite habits at a Marshall event is after every break, you change

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Positive Intent

The Power of Assuming Positive Intent

Do you ever get so wrapped up in your to do list, in your, “I’m so busy” mindset, that you are short with those around you? It’s as if your

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Introverted

Being Introverted in an Extroverted World

I am raising an introvert. I’m also married to one.   My husband attended business school early on in our marriage. Every Thursday night they hosted a happy hour, and

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Power of Community

The Power of Community

Every summer Marshall Goldsmith hosts his annual MG100 Community weekend in Nashville. Last year, I flew down just for 24 hours because I was heading off to Africa the next

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What belief and success have in common

Earlier this Spring I spent my three weekends in a row at fencing tournaments with my older son. Each Sunday, he went and competed with all his heart.   At

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Think positive

Are you nice to yourself?

I believe in continuous learning. That is the best way for me to continue to grow and to serve my clients. So, it should be no surprise that I jumped at

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Business Woman

What to do when you are called out publicly

Last week I told you about the amazing time I had with the women’s network at Procter and Gamble. It was a long-awaited event since I started talking with them

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Igniting passion and purpose in our work

Happy Independence Day! That is what July 4th represents, independence, and establishing a way of living that matched the values of the people.   When your values are in alignment, people are

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