Browsing All posts tagged under »women«

Doors closing and opening

December 17, 2014


Believe it or not, I didn’t spend much time with my new smartphone this week, so I don’t have any tales to tell. I wanted to post some pictures I had taken with the phone, but I got intimidated by the confusing directions, so the pictures will have to wait. I have been busy finishing […]

Move beyond the hype

September 27, 2012


Would you want to look like this? Would you buy a product that promised you would look like this? The marketing copy for the product says:(taken directly from the Beach Body website) “Man Up. Commit to the Beast. And go from scrawny to brawny in 90 days or less. Get big. And get noticed. With […]

Tips for dealing with competitive women

December 7, 2010


  Another great session from the The Successful You 2010 Women’s Leadership Forum was “Competitve Women at Work: From Fighting to Uniting.” Bestselling authors, Katherine Crowley and Kathi Elster, provided insights and practical advice for dealing with common types of competitive behavior.   Their advice on dealing with the main types of competitive behavior: 1. […]

How to enhance your strategic thinking

December 2, 2010


I had the pleasure of hearing a panel of successful technology entrepreneurs share how they have strengthened their strategic thinking skills and these strategic skills contributed to their success. This panel was part of The Successful You 2010 Women’s Leadership Forum. The panel: Maria Cirino – Founder, .406 Ventures Emily Nagle Green – President and […]

Career lessons learned from successful women

November 30, 2010


I had the pleasure of attending the first annual The Successful You 2010 Women’s Leadership Forum at the Microsoft NERD Center. This conference brought together leading women from many industries, who shared their stories. One of the sessions was “Lessons Learned: Women’s Career Decisions in Review.” We can always learn from others’ experiences. The panelists: […]