Category «Personal Development»

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I have successfully offered My Career Acceleration Strategy Session to various ambitious, professional women. Through this service, clients receive 60 minutes of uninterrupted time with me to develop strategies to accelerate their careers. They have rented my brain to generate ideas and creative solutions to employment questions, issues and desires. I offer insider insight from …

Stop Downplaying Your Experience and Achievements!

Women have been taught from birth to be quiet and humble.  I am old enough to remember when children were to be “seen and not heard” and little girls really were praised for behaving like they were made with “sugar and spice and everything nice”. Strength and power are minimized as we are taught to …

Time To Design Your Perfect Career

Who do you know that has had the perfect career? No one I know has had the perfect career. Did you think you would have a Bachelor’s degree but 22 and take on your first management role at 28 after earning your Master’s degree and working your way up in your company for two years? …

Conversation with Nicki Sanders and Jessica Moore-Solórzano, MPH, MCHES, Public Health Leader

Jessica Moore-Solórzano, MPH, CHES immigrated to the United States from Nicaragua unable to speak English and determined to excel. Growing up, her mother, a registered nurse, would tell her, “Es importante que seas una mujer preparada, asi no tendrás que depender de nadie” which means “it’s important that you become a college-educated woman, so that …

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You deserve a career that fills your heart, your head, and your wallet. Who am I here to serve? The employee experiencing Sunday Night Blues The professional who loves her job but knows that she was meant for more The woman who elevates her company but has allowed herself to hide in the background The …

What Is Juneteenth?

Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States.  Africans were still enslaved on July 4, 1776. Dating back to 1865, it was on June 19th that the Union soldiers, led by Major General Gordon Granger, landed at Galveston, Texas with news that the war had ended and …

Coronavirus and Systemic Racism: Protect Your Peace

All the experts and gurus have told you that it’s time to pivot. The consensus is that somehow your grace period has ended. The truth is that it is very hard to pivot when you’re overwhelmed, exhausted, confused or angry. Although I am clear that this is not the time for me personally to be …

Black Lives Matter: Support Black-Owned Businesses

Following World War I, Tulsa, Oklahoma was recognized nationally for its affluent African American community known as the Greenwood District. This thriving business district and surrounding residential area was referred to as “Black Wall Street.” On May 31, 1921, Dick Rowland, a black man, was imprisoned for allegedly assaulting a white woman. A mob assembles …