Corporate America sucks: don't fight the truth, learn the system
Corporate life isn’t fair. Here are four lessons it's better to learn outright instead of getting frustrated.
Who do you want in your personal support team?
What to look for when you're finding someone to enter your life or business: whether it's a coach, a therapist, a colorist or a consultant.
It wasn't what you said, it was the way you said it
Choosing the most effective way to frame a point of view can change your life.
Who needs an executive coach anyway? Three questions to ask yourself
Why would you choose to invest in a coach with all the other things vying for your time and attention? Three questions to help
The word we'd all be better off without
The word "should" is like a boulder dumped on your back. What would happen if you thought about what you "could" do instead?
5 ways to support an entrepreneur, and learning how to ask for help when you're SuperJen
Just asking for help is easier said than done if you pride yourself on independence. Here are 5 ways to support your favourite entrepreneur
A goggle-eyed sponge, #MOPS4life and just being you
So many people are trying to fit themselves into the mold of a narrow definition of a leader, but maybe it's just about being you?
Having impostor syndrome and finding out Vera Wang is a lovely girl
There are jobs where you pinch yourself to se if this is all real... and you wonder when you're going to get found out.
A verbal cobra and a barracuda in an overall
Wise words from Grandma Hogan. Look after yourself, nobody else is going to do it for you
#1 best advice in life
Grandad Hogan had a way of saying things that nobody else has ever quite lived up to. "Take no notice" was the pinnacle of his wisdom
The lowest point of my life is the best thing that ever happened to me
Depression gave me a gift. It was the gift of choosing who I would be instead of continuing by default to be who I had been so far.
Not-so-random acts of kindness
Have you ever worked for a kind leader? I have. They were the kind of leader that their team would follow off a cliff
When leading from home becomes leaving from home
On Friday, I was one of the 17,000 people that left their jobs at Delta Air Lines... in the lockdown era, how do you commemorate people?
Leading From Home Learning 2: The things that don't matter, matter the most
What do you talk about when you want to bring your team together every day and check in on how they're doing in a pandemic?