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W.I.N. (What’s Most Important Now)

W.I.N. (What’s Most Important Now)

We’re in an interesting, paradoxical season. On the one hand, kids are done with school, the days are longer, the weather is warmer, and we (theoretically) should be more relaxed. Yet, I am realizing that a good amount of us are feeling the exact opposite (myself...

Pep Talk

Pep Talk

Comparison has accompanied the rise of social media. We see the highlights in other’s lives, and we compare our life to theirs. How could we not? We are inundated with information, pictures, tweets, and more nearly every second of everyday. While this season has shown...

Discouraged in the Details

Discouraged in the Details

Often when we start businesses, we start them with the big picture in mind. Whether our goal is to make money doing something we love, meet a need, or both, business owners decide to launch businesses based on a larger vision. While that vision and belief are what...

Keep Showing Up

Keep Showing Up

There is so much change in the air. I am full of heaviness and exhaustion yet vulnerability and open-mindedness. I’m confused yet empathetic and intentionally listening and learning. But this I know: there is strength in me, and there is strength in you. We have the...

Good Vibrations

Good Vibrations

Take a moment to visualize what you would like to become. Take a second and let that dream take hold in your mind and your heart. Let it reverberate within you and manifest in your thoughts. Then, consider this statement, “You cannot have what you are not willing to...

Failure & Rejection

Failure & Rejection

Some of the best advice I have received over quarantine comes from Cathy Heller. She emphasizes, “Failure is feedback, and rejection is redirection.” During such a turbulent time, it can be tempting to avoid trying new things out of fear of failure and rejection. Many...

The Thoughts in Our Head

The Thoughts in Our Head

On average, we have around 3,000 thoughts per hour. In quarantine, with more time to ourselves, we probably have more. This week, I have been growing deeper in self-awareness diving into my thought life. What am I thinking during times of anxiety, fear, or worry? What...

Cracking the Networking Conversation

Cracking the Networking Conversation

For most of us, the word “networking” can spark a variety of emotions. In a traditional sense, networking means showing up, being visible, and making connections in a professional setting. Traditional networking seems like a game in and of itself, but virtual...

3 Powerful Conversation Topics

3 Powerful Conversation Topics

Connection and community are powerful lifelines for us right now. While we may not be able to see our team members or friends in person, we are still able to converse with them over FaceTime or a phone call. Aside from the important check-ins and household updates,...

Control

Control

We thought we would be more in control by now. Some were predicting that life would be back to normal and we would be able to see our favorite people, go out to dinner as a family, or attend a sporting event and yet, life isn’t back to normal. Many people are,...

There’s no shortage of remarkable ideas, what’s missing is the will to execute them.