We all know that to continue to grow we must continue to learn. As the web continues to become integral to our daily lives, there seems to be no end to the new mobile apps, websites, and other adult education resources popping up every day. So many in fact, that it’s hard for one person to Read more about What are Your Favorite Resources for Continuing Education?[…]
This summer at Hot Mommas Project, we began a new feature called “Question of the Week” where we pose a question on Facebook and award a free premium course in our upcoming leadership academy to the best, most liked or most discussed answer. This past week, domestic violence was a hot topic online, in response Read more about How Did You Deal with #whyIleft and #whyIstayed at Home?[…]
Research shows that around age 11, girls can begin to experience deficits in what is called “self-efficacy.” In layperson’s terms, this is the feeling of “I can do that.” It doesn’t stop there. As the instructor of a nationally award winning women’s leadership course, I’m called into corporations where I hear about…well…grown up versions of “Mean Girls.” Is there a connection to that 11 year-old?
Do you remember your career dreams of yesteryear, and then – kind of this halting screeching break sound like in a movie? And here you are… x (xx?) years later, in a cubicle, corner office, home office – NOT living the dream? I was forced to confront this reality when reading friend, coach, and Hot Mommas Project founding author Kathy Caprino’s piece on the topic in Forbes.
So it started with this article:
Morons and Oxymorons: Undermining Women in Leadership
I thought this title was pretty excellent.
When Nigella Lawson – famous British chef – refused to airbrush her stomach for a TV promotion… many probably thought “A – MEN!”
Whether you think Nigella has much to air brush or not, the point is this: Nigella is honest. And her choice to be honest matters, a lot. It represents confidence and comfort and acceptance in and of herself. She is a role model for girls and women in this way. And we need that. Why?
Eating disorder statistics provided by the National Eating Disorder Association indicate that 10 million American women suffer from eating disorders.
Businesses often prepare for worst case scenarios. What if the CEO gets hit by a bus?…How SEVERE an analogy does it take for you to “let go” and pass off responsibility? Enter: The “If I Died” List. Take Xandra, for example. There Xandra sat …in her car.. in the parking lot…outside the hospital. “I’m in labor,” she texted from her Blackberry: Still wired, still connected. Xandra is still alive and well today, but…really people…
What is wrong with this picture?
By Kathy Korman Frey On the way there, to my aunt and uncle’s, I’d sit in the back of their car – in the middle where I was sure not to miss anything. Sharon would belt out the Cher AND Sonny parts of the Sonny and Cher “I Got You Babe” on the 8 track. Read more about Today is National Auntie’s Day, and My Aunt Rocks. Big Time[…]
Why Women Still Can’t Have It All.
The story was sad. Anne-Marie Slaughter loved her dream job as director of policy planning at the State Department. But after protracted periods of leaving her two sons and husband at home five days each week while she was in Washington, she realized it wasn’t working.
Jill is my sister-in-law. She pretty much rocks. Jill is the person who makes milk come out your nose. She is the person who people turn and say ‘who’s that?’ when she walks into a party. She’s got it. She’s got the energy. And she doesn’t abuse it. She’s Jill. You just love her already. Rewind to 1996…. Our young, new, naive brake pads came to a screeching halt when we learn Jill has breast cancer.