Coffee and a Smartphone.
How to Avoid Disaster Using Mindfulness. Here’s an important question. Do you text while driving? Your reflexive response might be, “Of course not. Around 3,000 people die each year due to texting and other distractions while driving”. Duly noted! So, may I ask you this? Have you ever texted while walking? “Well, yes! We all…Read More
Manage Your Stress in 3 Dimensions.
They Say Hindsight is 2020. Of Course, It Is!
What Effect Has Clarity Had on You This Year? December is here. Incredible! It gives a whole new meaning to the saying, “Hindsight is 2020”. And all year, we have been investigating ways to gain greater Clarity. Who exactly are “we”? The DRIVEN team, along with folks from my beloved C-IQ® community, and anyone reading…Read More
Splitsville Simplified: What To Expect When You’re Expecting To Divorce
The divorce process takes time, patience, and expertise. If you are considering divorcing your spouse, your first step should be to consult with an attorney who is skilled in family law. By listening to your unique situation, he or she can apply years of accumulated experience to your advantage. Work side by side with attorneys…Read More
Visit The Coolest Bead Shop In The Universe on Cold Spring Community Day
Among the most delightfully bohemian jewelry shops in the Hudson Valley region is Cold Spring’s Momminia. Founded by Marlene and Steve Goodrich 17 years ago and still family-operated, it’s the kind of hand-made jewelry store that literally draws you in from across Main Street! Momminia’s friendly staff awaits your visit, armed with the type of…Read More
Got The Time? Visit Old Souls During Cold Spring Community Day
The new momentum in Cold Spring’s historical business district can be traced directly to the opening of Old Souls in 2012. Founded by fly-fishing enthusiast James Caroll, and operated by his wife Tara, Old Souls appears at first to be a source for high-craft fly-fishing gear and accessories. But just one minute of looking beyond…Read More
The Big Announcement: Women’s Advancement Compact Needs A New Name!
When I set out to launch Women’s Advancement Compact, I gave it a name that would unmistakably attach it to its mission: to guide women through the all phases of their careers, and help them gain the skills needed to get promoted to leadership positions. I made sure my new company lived up to…Read More
Christmas Uncorked: WAC’s Holiday Wine Roundup
Whether you’re hosting Christmas dinner, or attending a holiday party this year, deciding which wines to serve or bring as a gift can add stress to an already dizzying list of seasonal tasks. With a sophisticated wine culture in full swing today in NYC, many of us feel the pressure to have been “born with”…Read More
‘Cause it’s Cold Outside: 6 Chic Indoor Public Spaces For Winter Networking
As the colder weather sets in, our opportunities to network al fresco in the stylish public spaces around Manhattan become slim. After our extended summer this year, it’s a hard pill to swallow for some when it comes time to take our business indoors. But believe it or not, NYC increasingly features some pretty cool,…Read More
A Wing and a Prayer: 5 Tips to Ease Your Air Travel Experience
Flying the friendly skies these days can be a fickle undertaking. Constantly evolving regulations, precautions and procedures combined with ever-growing crowds and luggage overload can catch even the seasoned traveler off-guard. Even if you think you’ve encountered every possible glitch, mishap, obstacle or stressful traveling setback, just turn a corner and say hello to the…Read More