We are too damn busy. Let’s consider not saying yes to everything and being everywhere we think we should. Let's remember we are, in fact, finite resources.
Yes, I Can Walk in These
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Here are ten quotes from the 2014 MAKERS Conference that inspired me and I hope will help you develop a pretty severe case of hopeaholism too...
“It’s time to do away with workplace policies that belong in a ‘Mad Men’ episode.” - President Barack Obama
I recently sat next to a man on a flight who was a banker. Oh, and he was a hairdresser too. Talk about showing up differently.
My heart skipped a beat and I heard myself gasp upon receiving the following notification: Loehmann’s is going out of business.
Often the most important message a company can communicate is through its employees - they have the power to change a life as they did in the case for one man I know: my dad.
It would be so simple to define Ruth as the wife of our founder or the mother of our CEO, but like other women of her time, she was so much more and, frankly, never simple.
The first time I heard Katy Perry’s “Roar,” I knew it would be a hit. Though, truthfully, I wasn't thinking about Billboard; I was thinking about the boardroom.
One of the questions I am asked most often about my role in Latin America may surprise you: What is it like for a businesswoman in Latin America?
Attractive, successful and stunningly smart men - Reed Hastings, Mark Zuckerberg, Richard Branson - graced the pages of GQ… so why shouldn't Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer do the same in Vogue?
I encountered an emotion Monday morning that I haven’t felt in some time: jealously. The most embarrassing part is that it occurred when I saw my dear friend walking her dog.