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How to Make the World a Kinder Place –

How to Make the World a Kinder Place – Have you ever worked so hard to improve a part of your life, only to have it all come crashing down in a matter of seconds? It happened to today’s guest, the ever inspiring Lizzie Velasquez, who was born with a rare syndrome that prevents her from gaining weight. As you can imagine, growing up was not easy for her, but she made friends and engaged in activities, to the point…

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#GetOffTheFence Challenge Day 3

#GetOffTheFence Challenge Day 3 Day 3 of the 7-Day #GetOffTheFence Challenge is here! It’s simple to participate! Follow me here for my daily life coaching challenge/homework to begin getting off the fence. If you’re late to the game, just start from day 1 and proceed daily. Day 3: Write down 3 things blocking you from attaining your goal You’ve narrowed things down to ONE goal to focus on for the New Year. Today, write down 3 things blocking you from attaining…

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I Totally Sketched Custom Portraits for Kate Spade NY (Pinch Me!) – Heartmade

I Totally Sketched Custom Portraits for Kate Spade NY (Pinch Me!) – Heartmade Did I tell you about that time I sketched pretty custom portraits LIVE for the reopening of Kate Spade NY here in Panama? It was one of the scariest + funnest things I’ve ever done. Meet all these gorgeous humans I hand-drew with my 10 little fingers. Afterwards, I totally took a 3 day nap, or something like that. It was A-MA-ZING thou. And so worth the…

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Take The Lead » The Sum — 3 Lessons (Not About Poker) From “Molly’s Game”

Take The Lead » The Sum — 3 Lessons (Not About Poker) From “Molly’s Game” Molly Bloom has been keeping me awake at night. Not the Molly Bloom of James Joyce’s Ulysses, an equally outsized and out of the box character. I’m talking about the hard-driving, elite high stakes poker game running protagonist of the acclaimed new movie, Molly’s Game based on a true story. It could as easily have been called Molly’s Power Game. Within Aaron Sorkin’s riveting direction, we get…

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Video Interview with Mary Schaefer

Video Interview with Mary Schaefer TODAY! Join Dana Theus of InPowerWomen.com and Mary Schaefer HR guru and writer for CIO.com for a free ranging conversation on leadership in the modern organization. Here is some of what we’ll discuss: A free-range discussion of leadership challenges in the modern organization The Importance of One-on-One Employee Interactions. Human resources is not just a name on a door or the department that handles the people stuff. Learn what you can do as a manager to engage the “human”…

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#GetOffTheFence Challenge Day 4

#GetOffTheFence Challenge Day 4 Day 4 of the 7-Day #GetOffTheFence Challenge is here! It’s simple to participate! Follow me here for my daily life coaching challenge/homework to begin getting off the fence. If you’re late to the game, just start from day 1 and proceed daily. Day 4: Do one thing out of your comfort zone today Day 4 – You’re still digesting the 3 blocked areas from yesterday, so while that’s marinading, today is the ‘out of your comfort…

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New Book Coming This March:  FUSION: How Integrating Brand and Culture Powers the World’s Greatest Companies

New Book Coming This March:  FUSION: How Integrating Brand and Culture Powers the World’s Greatest Companies A culture crisis threatens to disrupt Corporate America today as much as the financial crisis did a decade ago. Whether it’s claims of sexual harassment, the lack of diversity and equality at many organizations, or the nearly 70% of American workers who are not engaged at work, business leaders must devote more attention to their workplace cultures now than ever before.  The problem is…

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Getting what you want in 2018

Getting what you want in 2018 By Nicki Gilmour, Executive Coach and Organizational Psychologist Happy new year! Most of us have new resolutions and all of them will rely on a behaviorial change in their essence, as they require action. If you have figured out what you want (and what you don’t want) and have named this as a future state, then congratulations, the first part is done. But, now the goals are on paper, will you behaviorally do what…

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Start your New Year off on a positive note. Get LinkedIn.

Start your New Year off on a positive note. Get LinkedIn.   It always amazes me when I go to networking events connecting with others in a meaningful and personal way and then suggest that we “link up” on LinkedIn, just how many of those folks are NOT on LinkedIn.  Why? This is the perfect place to get noticed from a business perspective.  This isn’t an ad for LinkedIn, I don’t work for them nor will I receive any benefit…

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#GetOffTheFence Challenge Day 5

#GetOffTheFence Challenge Day 5 Day 5 of the 7-Day #GetOffTheFence Challenge is here! It’s simple to participate! Follow me here for my daily life coaching challenge/homework to begin getting off the fence. If you’re late to the game, just start from day 1 and proceed daily. Day 5 – Write down 3 action plans that you will execute each consecutive week starting January 1st, 2018 These action plans will propel you forward in the goal you selected on Day 2…

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Hershey’s CEO on Professional Growth and Women in Business│Professional WOMAN’s Magazine

Hershey’s CEO on Professional Growth and Women in Business│Professional WOMAN’s Magazine What is a “Gique”? It’s a cross between “geek” and “chic,” a maker and creative problem-solver whose interdisciplinary interests turn STEM into STEAM. Meet Danielle Olson, researcher and PhD student at MIT and proud founder of Gique, a nonprofit that provides transformational, culturally situated STEAM learning for underserved youth. Olson says being a Gique is about using your passion to embrace change and create your dream job. Olson offered…

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Is self-confidence an issue for you?

Is self-confidence an issue for you? It’s frustrating to see the continuous stream of articles suggesting women are holding themselves back, particularly within organisational settings. I agree wholeheartedly with Catherine Fox’s assertion that we need to ‘Stop Fixing Women’. Research confirms that women are just as ambitious as men, and seek pay rises with the same frequency, yet are not paid equally or equally represented in leadership roles in our businesses and community. This is a key reason that women…

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#GetOffTheFence Challenge Day 6

#GetOffTheFence Challenge Day 6 Day 6 of the 7-Day #GetOffTheFence Challenge is here! It’s simple to participate! Follow me here for my daily life coaching challenge/homework to begin getting off the fence. If you’re late to the game, just start from day 1 and proceed daily. Day 6 – Book yourself at an upcoming networking event Book yourself at an upcoming event (networking, conference or other, in your city or another). Yes, I’m serious. Commit to being open-minded and getting…

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Diversity Woman statement on Times Up and Golden Globes ceremony

Diversity Woman statement on Times Up and Golden Globes ceremony At last night’s Golden Globes ceremony, Hollywood came together in an extraordinary and historic way. The attendees wore black and sported a “Times Up” pin in support of the new initiative created by hundreds of women in Hollywood to fight sexual harassment and misconduct throughout the country. A dozen of the most prominent honorees brought as their plus one a leader in the fight against sexual harassment, which is one…

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Condé Nast Chooses a Digital-First Editor to Run Glamour

Condé Nast Chooses a Digital-First Editor to Run Glamour When Samantha Barry was growing up in Ireland, she and her family would gather around the television to watch the 6 o’clock news. They also told stories around the dinner table and read a number of newspapers and magazines, including Vogue and old issues of Time. “Irish people are such storytellers,” Ms. Barry said in a telephone interview on Friday. And, she noted, “The ’80s in Ireland was an interesting time…

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What I Learned From Frozen Pipes by @VizionsCon

What I Learned From Frozen Pipes by @VizionsCon by DeKesha C. Williams  | Featured Contributor When the designer built my home, the laundry room was placed on the second floor.  Therefore, the pipes that lead from the washing machine are exposed to the outside and it is currently 22 degrees outside. The only reason I know that they are exposed is that in 2012 I came home to running water. There was a small crack in the pipe and it…

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