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HBR Blog NetworkManaging Your Emotions After Maternity Leaveby Hilary Pearl | 10:00 AM August 19, 2014This article was originally posted on Harvard Business Review.When you're a new mother, it feel...
Recently I started some event projects that are engaging, fun and that I’m good at. I was pretty jazzed. There was one issue, though. The number of hours in the day didn’t increase for some reason.
It’s never been easier to connect with people. Sites such as Kickstarter, Indiegogo and GoFundMe make finding like-minded people to support your idea more feasible than ever.
As I was listening to Alison Levine, Team Captain of the First American Women's Everest Expedition, speak today, I couldn't help but be reassured and bolstered by her own learning experiences.
I used to think that vision was mere “fluff” - not worthy of much work and time. It was more important to execute and provide products or services because those were more measurable and important.
Women, to avoid being called “sensitive” or “melodramatic," often grin and bear it. I’ve had my share of moments facing a nanosecond decision of whether to call someone out or let it slide.
The most important skill we need to develop for the 21st century is our ability to build strong partnerships. At the core of this is our relationships. Industry lines are blurring. We no longer kno...
I’m a Fitbit user and I’m happy to report that this accountability device has improved my health and my career more than I ever imagined.
In the face of serious illness, marital infidelity, business struggles or other hardships, it is tempting to throw up your hands and hibernate under the covers with a sappy movie and frozen yogurt.