Solutions Abound. You must ask the Right Question. And All will be Well. email@example.com
Hi All, Happy weekend! Hope you are enjoying some quality time doing what you love most. This week I want to share a blog that has some lovely wisdom and also lovely art. It is by Aishwayra Shah, called Eclipsed Words. She is on a similar wavelength, writing about health, wellness, science and spirituality. Check … Continue reading Saturday Share – Eclipsed Words
On Thursday I met a colleague for coffee who I have not seen in a while. We have traveled together in Colombia and Chile, and she has been a trusted confidante. She was eager to hear about my next gig. I have been refining my "elevator speech" for my network in the company that are … Continue reading The elevator speech
This post is a re-blog of an original I wrote in December, 2017, with some editing. On Thursdays I aim to review and edit some previously shared content to give myself more practice on the editing side. Thanks for your patience as I build my skills and allow myself to re-examine some favorite themes. *** … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Owning our bodies
What are your priorities? I asked myself this during the late afternoon when I noticed *hours* had slipped by this afternoon while I was working, and it was nearly past the time I usually leave. I suddenly realized it was a gorgeous Minnesota day, about 80F without humidity. Immediately I realized I should not be … Continue reading Wellness Wednesday – your priority
My Friends, Hubby and I are planning our September vacation/honeymoon trip to the U.K. and I would like to ask your advice if you either live or have traveled to England and Ireland. From September 5-19 we will be traveling. We have already reserved AirBnB's in London (St. James Park), Plymouth (with day trip to … Continue reading Can I ask you a favor?
I am reflecting on the lessons I have learned during my time decade plus of working in the medical device industry for a very large company. One of the observations is the way I respond to leaders who approach their work with entitlement versus those who aim to serve. The former set were wrapped up … Continue reading Entitlement vs Service
Dressed for corporate life. Will I miss it? Not likely. Only the people. firstname.lastname@example.org