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[I was thinking lately of the various sayings, idioms, and phrases my mother uses that have most stuck with me now that I'm an adult. This week, I want to devote a day to each of her top five (in … Continue reading
It can be hard to avoid the temptation to look around at how your competitors are doing. Every time you turn your head, it slows you down. This might be more literal in Olympic sports like running or swimming where … Continue reading
Once again, I’m drawing inspiration from the Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders podcast. The picture is from my Instagram feed. That tree shades my parent’s backyard.
I’m still loving the heck out of this Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders series from Stanford. The other day, this comment by Kristina Johnson caught me. She’s talking about field hockey and, to be clear, I’m really no athlete. Dancer? Maybe. Always. … Continue reading
Last night, I was listening to a podcast from the Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders lecture series out of Stanford. (Apparently, not just my books are becoming more business-related now that I’m self-employed). This specific lecture was by Gale Anne Hurd. It’s OK if … Continue reading