The Time for Being “Politically
Correct” is Over

I’ve had many women come to me in the last year or two and ask me how I’m comfortable using my business platform to talk about politics. “Aren’t you worried about losing potential clients?” they ask, “What if you offend someone?” I usually answer with a question of my own: “How can I not talk about politics today?” Read More

Book Review: Body of Work

Every once in a while a book comes along that can change your life. Pamela Slim’s newest book, “Body of Work: Finding the Thread That Ties Your Story Together” is one of those books. Whether you are just starting out at your first job, a corporate employee, or a successful entrepreneur, Body of Work introduces Read More

No One Gets A Free Ride on the Confidence Bus

What is confidence, exactly? The dictionary defines confidence as: belief or trust in oneself and one’s powers or abilities; certitude, assurance. I’d like to take it a few steps further. To me, confidence is knowing who you are and feeling comfortable in your own skin, despite any external pressures that might make you feel otherwise. Read More

Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life

I found a great little sign on Martha’s Vineyard this summer. It reads, “Don’t believe everything you think.” As a multi-tasking entrepreneur, I am definitely prone to being in my head too much, or as my yoga teacher wisely refers to it, my “monkey mind.” If we believed every thought that crossed our mind, or Read More

Tips To Help You Develop Your Charisma
& Get More Clients

Bill Clinton has it. So do Michelle Obama, Sharon Stone, George Clooney and Cesar Milan, the Dog Whisperer. You don’t have to be six feet tall or have a trail of paparazzi following you to exude that “certain something”, that magnetic charm and appeal that draw people to you like bees to honey (or in Read More