Reflections

Take Your Career to the Next Level!

Our Women's Leadership Workshops Return! We're excited to announce that we are teaming up with The SilverStone Group again to bring you our Leadership Strategies workshop series developed for both aspiring and experienced women leaders. Three full-day workshops...

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I Want (more than) “One Moment in Time”

I love watching the Olympics. The physical excellence, the dedication, the determination and singled-minded focus leading to one penultimate moment. I’m always reminded of Whitney Houston’s song, “One Moment in Time” that was used as the 1988 Olympic anthem. I want...

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I Wouldn’t Want to Live in Pleasantville

I watched Pleasantville last night, a movie I hadn’t seen in years. It inspired me to write this blog, which is more my personal philosophy than the personal growth aspect of my work. Still, it seemed relevant to so many things going on in the world now and I know it...

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Workshops for Women in Business

I am pleased to announce that the SilverStone Group is sponsoring my workshop series for women in business. It's built around my positive psychology work, thesis, and 30 years of practical experience.  The workshops help women identify and tap into their strengths,...

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Millennial Women Don’t Need to Thank Boomers

“I so wish I could give my girls a more just world, but I know you’ll make it a better place.” Marmee to Meg and Jo in Little Women   At more than one women’s gathering lately, I have heard Baby Boomer women lament that Millennial women don’t seem to appreciate the...

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The Paper Bag Princess

When my girls were young, one of their favorite books was The Paper Bag Princess by Robert Munsch. The Paper Bag Princess. Quick storyline: Elizabeth, a beautiful princess, lives in a castle and wears fancy clothes. Just when she is about to marry Prince Ronald, a...

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Mending Wall or the Need for Boundaries

Mending Wall is the title of one of my favorite poems by Robert Frost. (scroll down for full verse) There are two seemingly contradictory lines in it that I love. The first: “Good fences make good neighbors,” which means when we stay on our side of the fence, we’re...

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Sorry Doesn’t “Cut It”

Many years ago when my daughters were quite little, the younger one came running into the house full speed a few yards in front of her older sister. She breathlessly told me, “I said I was sorry – I said I was sorry (pause) and sorry does cut it.” Her older sister had...

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You’ve Had the Power All Along

Dorothy Gale traveled all over Oz picking up a motley crew of friends and enemies as she and Toto searched high and low for someone to help her get home to Kansas and Auntie Em. In the end, as she begged for help from the Good Witch Glinda, she finally realized that...

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It’s All About That Change!

Most of us don’t like to think about change much less actually change. I recently conducted a workshop I called, “It’s All About that Change,” and began it with this Meghan Trainor video where she hilariously uses her own hit, “It’s All About that Bass” to illustrate...

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