The hearings are behind us, the Supreme Court has nine justices again, and now we can move on to some other divisive issue. Or maybe not. Either way, what struck me during the past several weeks was … [Read more...] about Empathy is learned – A lack of empathy is killing us
Thoughts and Musings on All Things Business
I’d like to write about 60 self-made women. My team and I have been debating the meaning of "self-made" since Forbes’ latest clickbait on the topic was released. In response to the outcry after … [Read more...] about Self-made women: Who gets to define you?
I have a rather longstanding and loudly expressed disgust for all things supposedly pro-female-empowerment – that litany of research and advice aiming to teach us women how to appear. From the best … [Read more...] about Appearance isn’t everything. And sex shouldn’t be a “thing”
A friend’s girlfriend, Delilah, was called into her boss’s office yesterday for some great news. “I was ecstatic!” Delilah told my friend. “First, I got the small cost of living raise, as I expected. … [Read more...] about How are you ‘celebrating’ Equal Pay Day?
Just once, I'd like to hear a sales person say, “If I told you the truth, you wouldn’t buy my product or service” and then show me what parts of their marketing materials constitute B.S. They might … [Read more...] about The fine art of honesty
Real change is annoyingly slow. Let me be more specific: Behaviors might change quickly, but it takes months for real habits to develop out of those new behaviors. You can’t trick the human brain … [Read more...] about “Oh, Kale No!” – Real change is too slow