What’s your definition of courage and why is it vital to claim it for yourself?
Are you curious about why only 11 percent of more than 750 women I researched for five years perceived themselves as courageous? Interviews with the courageous 11 percent made it clear that these women manifest their courage in specific ways. Read More
A woman who noticed that a high-ranking position would soon be vacated said, “I thought about it and thought about it. So I did the somewhat brazen thing and went over and asked, “Can I have Vicki’s job?”
What’s wrong with asking, and why is it “brazen” to ask?
This is a perfect example of "scripts" or inner dialogues that multiply over time and define who we are. Left unchecked, they can prevent us from achieving what we want.
When you understand your scripts or inner dialogue, you realize how they have limited an honest and clear vision of who you really are and can now take action from that knowledge. Read More
We’re often told that following our passion is the route to happiness in your career and life. That’s great news if you know what your passion is. But, many of us either at the beginning of our career or in mid-career, don’t know what our passion is.
For the young, there are so many options but little experience so it’s tough to know what passion to pursue. For those of us in mid-career, laid off, or transitioning to what’s next after raising a family, the question of passionate purpose can still remain a mystery.