Diversity Certification & Sourcing Diverse Suppliers with Heather Cox

Did you know that there are a number of different certifications available to companies – certifications based on race, ethnicity, disability, identifying as LGBTQ?. There are a ton – but where to start?  And if your company doesn’t qualify for a certification, have you struggled with diversifying your consultant or supplier base? Listen in as […]

Happy THINKsgiving

What do you think is this something that you could make happen in your business if you spent an entire week, working on it, uninterrupted? No meetings, no phone calls, just your undivided attention on a goal that you have.  This is what a “think week” can do for your business. One week, once a […]

How to Overcome Negative Self Talk to Achieve Your Goals with Midori Verity

Have you ever thought about something that you have always wanted to accomplish, become, or do – but haven’t even tried because you’ve already convinced yourself that it’s not possible for you? Have you ever stopped to think about what is so scary about the journey to what you want that you haven’t even taken […]

Networking and Advocacy within the LatinX and Hispanic Community

Each year, September 15th through October 15th is designated as National Hispanic and LatinX Heritage Month. This month-long observance recognizes and celebrates the histories, cultures, and contributions of Hispanic and LatinX Americans past and present. It was during this month that a listener of this podcast Becky reached out to me to ask if I […]

Growth Architecture and Authority with Beate Chelette

What happens when your business grows faster than your business plan, your systems, or your company structure? Some may think this is a good problem to have, but it has the potential to be the downfall of your business.  Listen in as I talk with Beate Chelette, a Growth Architect who provides visionaries and leaders […]

The History and Origins of Halloween

It’s my favorite time of the year, SPOOKY SEASON!  Have you ever thought about the origins of Halloween, why we dress up in costume, beg for candy, carve jack-o-lanterns and bob for apples? Listen in for a short history of the origins of Halloween, where it is celebrated and where it is ignored.  Drink of […]

Schadenfreude: Why We Relish in the Misfortune of Others

Have you ever experienced unexplainable pleasure at someone else’s misfortune? If you have, then you my friend have experienced Schadenfreude. Schadenfreude is made up of two German words Schaden, which means “harm” or “damage,” and Freude, which means “joy.  Researchers have found that there are three driving forces behind schadenfreude: listen in to understand these […]

How to Establish Healthy Digital Boundaries with Daniel Sih

What would our lives be like if we had time everyday where we disconnected, not just from our phones, but from our computers, our televisions, our iwatches. Would we feel a sense of relief at the ability to disconnect and just be present in our non digital surroundings? Think about all the things we do […]

The Power of Starting Small, Micro-Habit Your Way to Greater Success

James Clear, the author of Atomic Habits says that if you become 1% better each day, then by the end of a year, you will be 37 times improved. If most people spend 16 hours per day awake and 1% of 16 hours is 9.6 minutes. Then we can create huge change in our lives […]