Tag Archives: leadership

Learn, Work, and Play Every Day

School’s out for the summer, but that doesn’t mean my kids still aren’t still learning a ton (between swim team, Ninja training, nature camps, and crafts – these kids’ summers are packed!). Learning doesn’t stop when the bell rings. Too often for adults, though it does. Many adults graduate from high school or college and never take another class or …

Why Work-Life Balance is Not a Worthy Goal

For the last few years every water cooler conversation, aspirational Instagram post,  business blog or podcast, and phone call with your mother has centered around the work-life balance debate. And yes, I call it a debate because as great as work-life balance sounds, is it really all it’s cracked up to be? Do the people who are looking for work-life …

An Open Letter to Leaders

Dear Leaders (and Leaders-in-Training): The days of top down, command and control managerial leaders are a thing of the past. Today’s leaders are vulnerable, collaborative, aspirational, and inspirational. Today’s leaders are globally connected and community focused. Today’s leaders are building empires and leaving legacies. Do you have what it takes to be a top leader in today’s fast-paced, constantly changing …

The Art and Sport of Business

I just moved into a new home a few weeks ago. The last time I moved was about six months ago and again about six months prior to that. I’m averaging a new home about once a year right now (thank you for being awesome about that, Sarah!). So, the question is why, right? Why build a 6,000 square foot …