• Forget “just standard business.” Let’s do JUST business.

    Forget “just standard business.” Let’s do JUST business.

    When someone tells you the reason they are doing something is “just standard business practice,” that’s a code. They mean “that’s just the way it is.” And that’s really code for “we’re exploiting others for our own financial gain.” Too much in business (and elsewhere!) today individuals look to maximize their own take, control, or standing in the near term

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  • A podcast with Leaders of Transformation

    A podcast with Leaders of Transformation

      I met Nicole Jansen from Leaders of Transformation at a Small Satellite Conference. Nicole interviews successful Leaders of Transformation to help you gain the inspiration, education, resources, and leadership skills to transform your life and the world around you. I was thrilled with the opportunity to meet with her and talk about bringing forth the feminine in the workplace. It’s podcast #28

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  • Times of Transition

    Times of Transition

      How do you know if you’re achieving the balance you need in your life? It’s actually not rocket science – there are some pretty great tools for assessing yourself. Since I chose to walk away from Morf3D a few months ago I find myself in a time of transition.  Being here reminded me of a huge shift that happened

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  • Do you trust your instincts when they tell you to walk away?

    Do you trust your instincts when they tell you to walk away?

      This is my first post since May because the last few months have been so crazy-busy. I’ve essentially been working two jobs: First, continuing to pay the bills as a supply-chain management consultant, and second, getting a lot in place for Morf3D, the additive manufacturing business I’ve been developing with a business partner for the last two years. So

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  • A podcast with CoActive Dreams

    A podcast with CoActive Dreams

    I’m in a busy season right now, but not too busy to sit down for a few minutes with Cherrie McKenzie from CoActive Dreams. Cherrie blogs to help individuals or corporate professionals succeed at the intersection of career, self and family. She contacted me after she read a comment I posted on the NY Times website, and wanted to learn more about women

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