When we talk about disrupting yourself, I typically advise that you look before you leap. Make a planned exit, cushion the landing, prepare for the change. But that is
Anyone who has been around a three or four-year-old child knows that they love to ask questions. These questions can be tedious to answer as an adult (What is
To say that Karen Beattie is comfortable with change is a bit of an understatement. Her childhood was nomadic, with her father’s job taking her family to such diverse
Stephen Nelson speaks the language of music. A primarily self-taught pianist, he has an amazing talent for composition, oftentimes performing on-the-spot “mash ups” of famous songs for live audiences.
As the mother of two young children, all of Julie Berry’s focus was on keeping them safe, happy, and healthy, but despite loving them fiercely, Julie also felt intensely
It’s time for something a little different. Instead of interviewing a guest today, I’m going to do a dive deep into one of the accelerants outlined in my seven-point
Don’t hold back. That is my biggest take-away from our guest today, Carol Kauffman, the founder and Executive Director of the Institute of Coaching at the Harvard Medical School.
My guest on the podcast today is Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez, a passionate expert on project management and the author of The Project Revolution: How to Succeed in a Project Driven