Mark your calendars for Tuesday, October 5 at 12:30pm ET for Rich Bracken’s Women Who Wow virtual program on how we can leverage emotional intelligence for daily success.

In this webinar, Rich will dive into the core elements of emotional intelligence and how you can leverage them for personal and professional happiness. Through this discovery,

Rejection hurts. A lot. But it can also be a great motivator and teacher too.

You may start beating yourself up about being rejected in your personal or professional life and engaging in self-criticism.

However, rejection also has a way of teaching us, redirecting us and ultimately making our lives better.

But what if you

No one likes to hear no. Especially me. And I feel like I’ve been hearing no on a number of fronts lately, which has me not feeling so confident.

If there is one thing that’s true about being an entrepreneur or being in sales, it’s that you have to get used to rejection and failure.

Meet Heather Stevenson, the Deputy General Counsel at Boston Globe Media Partners. Her practice spans a broad range of media law and general commercial issues, including advising the newsroom on public records and intellectual property matters, as well as providing legal guidance to the company on contracts, employment matters, and compliance issues, among other

Are you an overthinker? Does it sometimes hijack your day? Does your mind wander with worst-case scenarios?

Right now I’m overthinking all of the things I need to do today and all of the things I want to put into this blog post and also thinking about the laundry list of to-do items I have.

It seems many of you have also experienced workplace trauma from the many comments and messages I’ve gotten from my earlier posts on this topic.

It’s really nice to know that we’re not alone in this which is why I shared my story.

A toxic work environment or workplace PTSD (these terms can be used

We all have to get dressed each day. So how to do we do it with confidence and strategy as we head into Fall and Winter especially when we are still mostly working from home and Covid is still front and center in our lives?

Let’s face it, times are different and keep changing. But

I’m seeing a lot of photos of kids returning to school holding their signs so I thought I’d jump on the bandwagon.

When I did the calculation of how many days I’ve been working full time I was a bit surprised.

Since I graduated from New York University I’ve worked roughly 5720 days(!). Now that’s