Communication

An Attempt at Normalcy

I’m sure your idea of “normal” has been shifting over the past few weeks. Mine sure has. I’m finding a new routine working at home with my kids, husband and

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How to Stay Connected While Being Isolated

Social distance doesn’t mean emotional distance. It’s hard being closed off from others. I know with two kids, two dogs, and two parents working from home, everyone is a little

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How to Think About Risk

It’s scary out there right now! I have been having dreams about counting toilet paper rolls. That is, when I’m able to actually sleep. This pandemic is unlike anything I’ve

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Guess What's Changing

Guess What’s Changing?

Change.  I view this as a slightly longer four letter word! I admit it. I, like many of you, don’t like change. I buy classic furniture and keep it where it is

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What would you have done? Strike up a conversation

What Would You Have Done?

As someone who travels a lot, I finally decided to get one of those travel credit cards that gives you a membership to the airport lounge, a luxury I never afforded

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THIS Can Kill You, Literally!

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Some of you are excited by that statement. Others, not so much. Valentine’s Day is one of those “Holidays” that people have pretty

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HOW To Get Your Future Success

You’ve come a long way baby (remember those Virginia Slims commercials?) I know – dating myself when cigarette companies could advertise on TV! But it is a great phrase to remind

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My Lederman Top 10 Connecting is Critical

My “Lederman” Top 10 list… Why Connecting is Critical

Do you get the title or am I dating myself? If you are not familiar with the fun and wacky David Letterman, check him out on YouTube. I used to love

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Quick Guide to Connecting Tips

Quick Guide to Connecting Tips

We all reflect on the past and evaluate, judge, celebrate all the things we did and didn’t do. Reflecting and maybe even evaluating are great. Skip the judgment and go

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