I once met a man who was actually a banker/hairdresser. “I do banking for money,” he offered “and hairdressing for enjoyment." It left me thinking about our individual ‘backslashes’ and what would happen if we could one day explore another passion. For me, today is that day.
Yes, I Can Walk in These
In today’s post-9/11 world, we rarely get to see pilots anymore. Yet on those rare occasions when we can actually catch a glimpse, rarely are those pilots female, which is hardly a surprise, given that only about 4 percent of all licensed airline pilots are women.
More Yes, I Can Walk in These Posts
Not long before the holidays, my husband gave me the perfect gift - one that I use frequently, provides an immediate emotional lift, contains long-term health benefits and didn’t cost him a cent. The gift? Freedom from the ‘tyranny of the purse.’
When it comes to entertainment content, consumers now put equal trust in traditional content creators, online streaming platforms AND the brands they buy from.
Recently, I was invited to a professional dinner as the guest of a CEO. When the table seating assignments were sent in advance, I was surprised by what I saw.
“On one end I was seen as a role model and called a 'hero' by women around me,” recalls Heidi. “On the other end, I was seen as selfish and almost like a villain.”
The community of fellow “models” helped each other in unique and magnificent ways.
Why don’t we think about work/life balance in a larger context? Over the continuum of a career?
Marilynn Mobley was what one might call a “quiet giver,” making a difference without calling attention to her efforts.
Doesn’t it make it all the more glaring that an industry so dominated by women has relatively few at the top?
In our eighth annual study on how and why people consume and share entertainment, consumers in the U.S., UK and China stated they want their entertainment ”selfie-style.”
Let’s be honest. I likely tried to prove via these ridiculously large freezer-space-hogging cookies that I could, well, do it all.