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How to be Loud & Proud or Brassy & Bold and Still Be Successful

How to be Loud & Proud or Brassy & Bold and Still Be Successful

I remember one day, back before I became independent, sitting at my desk while one of my bosses (I had four at this one company) sat across me giving me the evil eye. I remember being shy and afraid, but holding it in check.

I’d written an article, with his help, that was published in an industry magazine, and I’d put my name on it. Along with his, of course.

Conversations with Smart Woman Online: Catriona Futter

Conversations with Smart Woman Online: Catriona Futter

In this conversation, the topic of art looms large. Are you artistic? Catriona shares a great story of how she never thought what she did was artistic, but she finally learned, maybe she realized it one morning when her view of what art is and what it isn’t changed, that she is as artistic as any of us.

I Turned 29 Again Today and Other Musings on a Friday

I Turned 29 Again Today and Other Musings on a Friday

I turned 29 again, today. I do it quite a bit.

I am quite fond of my 29th year, and as it’s a short bit ahead of the dreaded 30, I exalt in it on a regular basis. Don’t you?

The fact that I turned 29 again today, and other musing on a Friday, is my title, gives you a hint about the subject.

I’m sharing some deep thoughts and a few questions. I expect you to do the same, in the comments.

Conversations with Smart Women: Next Act with Kirsten Bunch

Conversations with Smart Women: Next Act with Kirsten Bunch

On Conversations with Smart Women: Next Act with Kirsten Bunch, you will learn how to take your power to a new level, a next act, and how Kirsten - who is well-traveled and well-connected - came to understand that her life needed to change, in order for happiness and fulfillment to be a part of who and what she is.

Conversations with Smart Women: Mia on the Go

Conversations with Smart Women: Mia on the Go

Mia Voss is a true pioneer when it comes to both supporting other women and proving that you can live your passion. Oh, sure, other women have done it. Some even make the national news. But, no one does it like Mia, and no one ever will.

Big Ideas In Books: A Book Review Series #5 Fierce Conversations by Susan Scott

Big Ideas In Books: A Book Review Series  #5 Fierce Conversations by Susan Scott

I was drawn to this book precisely because I believe in the concept of fierce conversations. I admit, my original thought was how strong, passionate, even ‘barbarous’ that would be. But, in this book, Scott tells us, “In its simplest form, a fierce conversation is one in which we come out from behind ourselves into the conversation and make it real.”