“Why me?” or “Why is this happening to me?” is something we can commonly ask ourselves or the universe/ANYONE who will listen when things might not go the way we would like. I had a situation last week occur that almostcaught me thinking why me, and I thought the process was worth sharing for
Today’s blog is about parenting “the next level”. In my opinion this can also be directly applied to your approach to developing the next level employees. The reason I am sharing this is to challenge you on what you consider to teach/ coach/critique at various levels of skill. The blog speaks to both the parenting
Three weeks ago I shared with you that I had read Shonda Rhimes’ book, Year of Yes. I love the depth of honesty shared – she gave a full look at what was going on in her life and how she made changes for herself. Well done for her and great role modelling for the
I recently read Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes. It was first day of my vacation and I read it in a day. Devoured it might be a better word. I anticipated the book would share stories, chapter after chapter, of Shonda learning how to say Yes to more things in all aspects of her
As I shared in my last blog, I’ve been reading Michelle Obama’s book Becoming. In the Becoming Us section of the book (page 226) Michelle is reflecting on Barack’s consideration of running for President of the United States. While sifting through this in her mind, she asks herself three questions of her 17-year relationship with Barack.