Health and Wellness

Jul 20

OfficeHours: Sleep: You HAVE the Time, Make the Investment!

Women face unique challenges within corporate culture. The response from DRIVEN Professionals is an action-oriented solution known as GRACE In The WorkplaceTM. This signature series of workshops and coaching draws upon neuroscience and progressive 21st century leadership techniques, tailoring them…
Jun 15

OfficeHours: Building Emotional Resilience In 5 Minutes A Day Through Meditation with Phyllis White

Women face unique challenges within corporate culture. The response from DRIVEN Professionals is an action-oriented solution known as GRACE In The WorkplaceTM. This signature series of workshops and coaching draws upon neuroscience and progressive 21st century leadership techniques, tailoring them…
May 18

OfficeHours: Building Physical Resilience with Joan Pagano

Women face unique challenges within corporate culture. The response from DRIVEN Professionals is an action-oriented solution known as GRACE In The WorkplaceTM. This signature series of workshops and coaching draws upon neuroscience and progressive 21st century leadership techniques, tailoring them…
May 09

Let’s Get Flexible: How To Self-Regulate by Building Your Response Flexibility

The science is out there, and to our advantage, it’s becoming more refined with each passing year. I’m referring to brain science— particularly the type that explains Emotional Intelligence and illustrates why Self-Regulation works. If you’ve read my recent article…
Apr 17

Going Inward: Self-Awareness Achieved Through Meditation

With all of today’s roadblocks to self-awareness, stress included, 36% of people actually being self-aware seems like a HIGH percentage! Acknowledging this achievement, the new question becomes, “How can we become more self-aware?” It takes practice and patience to be…
Jan 16

Real Talk/Real Food: Protecting Your Most Precious Investment—YOU!

Are you always last on your own list when it comes to providing care and tending to well-being? Do you even make such a list? Focusing on ourselves adds value to all aspects our lives. Yet women are reticent to…
Nov 21

The Food Factor, Part 3: Energy & The Educated Eater

As professionals, when our physical energy and emotional resilience become compromised or depleted, we tend to have a pretty good idea of whom or what to attribute it to. Career-derived stress and overwhelm are shown to be major factors, and…
Nov 14

The Food Factor, Part 2: Adjusting Your Diet Mindset

Here’s a familiar adage: “You are what you eat.” It’s been uttered so often that it became a cliché generations ago. Most of us understand its meaning on some scientific level, even those of us who are allergic to science.…
Nov 08

Real Talk/Real Food: Sorry, Not Sorry

“Sorry” can be a powerful word with which to cordially express regret when it’s warranted. “Sorry I stepped on your foot.” “I’m so sorry that your dog died.” But the word has greater implications as well. When used mindlessly or…
Nov 07

The Food Factor, Part 1: Your Diet = Your Resilience

It’s a clear-cut case: Exercise must supplement your other good physical energy habits if you expect to maintain grit and resilience in your life and career. In addition to keeping your weight in-check, your core strong, and your illnesses at…