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How to Connect Intelligently Over the Holidays

As we step into the holidays, many people think they need a digital detox - cell phones go away in drawers and all screens are shut off. While it's not a bad idea, it's not absolutely necessary.

Uniting Humanity Through Fashion

There are many universal mediums today, allowing us to cross boundaries in shorter periods of time and without censorship. We’re talking about Twitter, Facebook, Google and the networks of the future.

How Spending the Night in a Homeless Shelter Made Me a Better Networker

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Last year I spent one evening a month doing the overnight shift in the men’s homeless shelter in my neighborhood. One outcome I didn't expect was that it made me a better communicator.

Unable to Punish Jameis Winston; the Federal Government Should Take Away Florida State University's Federal Funding

“Now, climbing the frat-house stairs with Drew, Jackie felt excited. Drew ushered Jackie into a bedroom, shutting the door behind them..." My heart nearly stops as I picture Jackie screaming.

Roadblocks to Productivity

In today’s world, we all have numerous responsibilities and tasks that fill up our days. At times, it feels as if there aren’t enough hours in the day to accomplish everything.

Sitting is The New Smoking and a Hazard to Your Career Health

We spend most of our waking hours sitting: at a desk at work and on our commute. The sedentary lifestyle is a hazard to our health and can also squelch our career advancement.

I Was an Unwed Welfare Mother: Social Justice for Poor Women and Children

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In the summer of 1981, just after turning 22, I gave birth to a healthy baby boy and named him Caleb. I was not married, and the man who had fathered my child was permanently out of the picture.

Lessons of Neuro Leadership From Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift masters the use of social media but in a way that connects to the basics human needs of connecting and belonging.

Secrets of a Veteran Party Schmoozer

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The holiday season is here and you know what that means – mixing and mingling with your (and your significant other’s) clients, colleagues, bosses and the spouses you probably see once a year.

3 Steps to Goal Attainment

Goal setting, goal clarification, goal oriented behaviors...I focus a lot on goals. I mean, everything we do is goal directed. If a person has no goal directed behaviors we worry about them.

Leaning in and Speaking Up Part II: Why I am Freezing My Eggs

Warning: I have already been told this subject makes a lot of people uncomfortable. My employees were cool when I announced it during our Monday morning meeting, but I knew they were all cringing...

Recruiting Ethical Leaders: 8 Questions for Business

Business leaders increasingly seek advice on how to integrate ethics into the recruiting process for board and senior management positions. Below are 8 questions that will serve organizations well.