Are you a horrible boss? You may think your employees love you, but if you aren't following these three rules, they probably don't. (Sorry.)
If you're anything like me, you're tired of reading about work/life balance, Sunday self-care, new ways to meditate (not to mention how often to meditate), and the list goes on...and never seems to end.
As a woman in her thirties (OK fine, forties), celebrating birthdays can come with mixed emotions. (Happy to be alive, yes. But grey hairs, arthritis and reading glasses, no thank you very much.) But when it comes to entrepreneurial ventures, every day is cause for celebration. So two years is a milestone I’m happy to brag about.
A lot of the questions I was asked at Comms Week were the same ones that I get time and time again. And most of them revolved around social media.
When things aren’t going well we can feel stuck (a la Bono) and are unable to see when or how or if things will change. But they always do.
It's one of the most common questions I get asked, and I’m not a fan.
Even though we’ve proven that women can do it all, it still doesn’t seem to make us credible enough to convince the “man” that we deserve financing.
I encourage others to put themselves out there, yet I struggle to figure out what feels right to me.
In business, I've always been a firm believer that the more brains, the better.