How teamwork, commitment and a whole lot of balls took Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody from near death by critics and executives to the top of the charts.read more
Tina Turner restarted her music career when she was in her late 30s. Her story has three important lessons for people considering jumping jobs in midlife.read more
To take life and career changing risks you have to be comfortable with failure; and that is best learned through painfully lived experiences.read more
A woman is NOT less than fully capable after having a child, but she might need a break. We need to shift our mindsets around parental leave.read more
The opposite of #MeToo: Recognizing the good men who mentored me, challenged me to overcome obstacles and championed me from below during my career.read more
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It is in the sting of defeat that we usually see the greatest moments of growth. What we can learn about resilience from 3 high-profile Olympic “failures”
Bruce Springsteen’s memoir reminds me of the importance of grit, understanding your own strengths and weakness, and teamwork as a foundation for success.
My kids were ho-hum about Disneyland. Did the Fast Pass deny them the joy of an experience earned? What lessons can we take from that in our own lives?
Don’t plan for a failure-free 2018; plan to embrace and learn from your f*ck ups, they maybe the groundwork for your future successes!
Today we launch FlyAnywhere, our at-home bike. The product of my Team’s energy, passion, and perseverance – what I call their, “Magic Drive.”
On social media we project perfection, but until we embrace our real unfiltered imperfect selves we can’t achieve great things. So let’s get ugly online.