On Fridays I share my favorite web finds of the week. Enjoy!
Knowing it’s possible is 86% of the project.
I think we all intuitively knew sadness lasts longer.
Raising girls to negotiate.
Does it spark joy? If not, discard.
This vocabulary wheel will help you express your emotional state.
Single moms share entrepreneurial advice.
Meaningfulness matters more than happiness.
Go from sitting to standing with the push of a button.
Sky blue = clarity. A colored pencil set for grownups.
12 tips on how to run a killer brainstorm.
The benefit of starting as a big fish in a small pond.
Big goals often have a honeymoon phase—a period where you’re excited, everything seems possible, and you’re 100% engaged. But then the newness starts to wear off. You don’t feel quite as enthusiastic. Life starts to intrude. You get busy at work. Or your child gets sick. Your calendar fills with activities. Relatives visit. You take […]Continued...
While it’s a little early for Halloween, I’d like to talk about mind readers and fortune tellers. No, not those kind. I’m talking about thinking distortions that come from jumping to conclusions. Here’s what happens: Rather than rely on evidence to come to a logical conclusion, mind readers and fortune tellers focus on a negative […]Continued...
Are you self-assured about your own abilities? Do you fully appreciate your own qualities? I recently conducted a reader survey that found many women are experiencing a crisis of confidence. It shows up in the form of self-doubt, limiting beliefs, and negative self-talk. Does that sound familiar? Do you want play bigger, but your self-esteem […]Continued...
On Fridays I share my favorite web finds of the week. Enjoy! Finding the 25th hour. If this doesn’t blow your mind, I don’t know what will. Fascinating look at women’s workwear through time. Better ways start to your day. It’s not the tools that are bad. Fernweh is my favorite. Entrepreneurship can make you happy. Do you need […]Continued...
I’ve noticed many women say, “I don’t know” when asked about what they think or feel or want. What do you think will help you take better care of yourself? I don’t know. What kind of work do you think you’d be happier doing? I don’t know. What do you want for your next chapter? […]Continued...