Have you ever been faced with a choice that it actually seems impossible to choose? No, really. Like the only option is not deciding because that’s how much you can’t decide! That is where I am right now. And that is because I’m supposed to choose just one speaker who impacted me on our recent experience at the 2018 Global Leadership Summit and: I. Just. Can’t! So, I’m going to cheat.
I won’t write about how inspired I was just by listening to how Angela Ahrendts starts her mornings each day (with coffee and a podcast by the way – I […]
As Lauren mentioned in an earlier post, Stefan gave us all a generous amount of Christmas cash to be used on an experience. The only stipulations were that 1) all the money was utilized and 2) we write a blog post about what we did.
My experience was a wonderful weekend with three amazing women – my best friend since seventh grade, her sister and her niece. Well, sure, I’ve been on girl’s trips before and I’ve traveled often with this […]
What’s the first thing you do when you hit a bump in the proverbial road? Do you beat yourself up, feel regretful or down? Or do you try to look at the up side? Life is always going to have bumps. How we deal with them makes all the difference.
I look forward to our team’s sessions here at roux. Reviews have become an essential function that keep us balanced, on task, and in sync with each other and our […]
We recently had the opportunity to create a video of The Wall That Heals, which is a traveling replica of the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington, DC. The entire process of bringing The Wall into a community, to constructing it to seeing people experience it was tremendously impressive and emotional.
Info from The Wall That Heals website:
Bringing The Wall home to communities throughout our country allows the souls enshrined on the Memorial to exist once more among family and friends in the peace and comfort of familiar surroundings. The traveling exhibit provides thousands of veterans who […]
Summer has not officially started, but the weather is hot and humid, the kids are out of school, and I have vacation on the brain. So much so, that I was thinking about the question that always seems to plague me right before leaving town: Do I commit to work during my travels or do I completely disconnect?
The article below, by author and businesswoman Arianna Huffington, explores this topic and provides some great suggestions. It also gets me thinking about how email has sadly morphed from a productivity tool to a technology that keeps us from being our most productive […]