Personal Development

May 17

OfficeHours: Release Your Resistance

Resistance is our concealed “protective shield”— the barrier that keeps us from our greatest potential. It’s a silent force that is so sneaky, we don’t even realize when we’re resisting, no less why we resist. In addition to this internal,…
Apr 19

OfficeHours: Turning FOMO Into JOMO

We live in a cultural environment where we’ve become convinced that status and title are the things that matter most. Complicating this are the modern standards of beauty, wherein youth, good looks and slender body type reign supreme, holding our…
Mar 19

The Respect You Deserve: Re-Leasing Your Emotional Energy

In my exploration of self-care, I’ve so far given you some compelling reasons to re-lease your mental and spiritual wellbeing in order to enhance your career. It’s not every day that someone suggests you work LESS hours and resist trying…
Mar 15

OfficeHours: Your Self-Care How-To

Are you on the run without enough time to take care of yourself? We know how it feels. Life has a way of getting in the way of life. And your dedication to self-care takes a back seat to more…
Mar 05

Releasing Your Illusions: Why Self-Care Will Lead to The Life You Want

Celebration, or what I call the secret sauce to living a more fulfilled life, is easier spoken about than practiced. Whenever I ask the question during DRIVEN workshops that I posed a couple of weeks ago about how often people…
Feb 27

Real Talk/Real Food: Childfree By Choice

In an era when more young women than ever, particularly professionals, are postponing parenthood for various reasons, others are opting out of having children altogether. Decades worth of studies show this trend to be on the rise, but too few…
Feb 19

Celebrate Every Win— And Put Your Impostor In Her Place!

Marinating on the things you did today to contribute to your career is a simple yet extraordinarily effective way to weaken the influence of the impostor and reverse the Impostor Syndrome. Recognizing all you do, particularly through the act of…
Feb 15

OfficeHours: The Impostor Syndrome’s Antidote

Most of us suffer, at least at times, from the Impostor Syndrome. Yet each of us thinks we’re the only one. Between an innate negativity bias, self-imposed perfectionism, and a deeply-rooted fear of embarrassment or failure, it’s no wonder why…
Feb 12

Stretch, Grow & Thrive: Building The Confidence to Defeat The Impostor

Unbeknownst to you, you’ve already begun your confidence-building practice, thanks to your recent discovery of the Growth Mindset. Here’s how it breaks down: Step 1: Accepting that you’re going to fail daily, perhaps multiple times, as a result of the…
Jan 30

Real Talk/Real Food: It’s Only Fair To Practice Self-Care

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…