Is complaining contagious?

Roxi G. loves to whine, complain and grouse about what’s wrong with her life, her work, where she lives, her lack of relationships, her family – you name it, and she can launch into a diatribe. Her friends began matching her whine for whine – how bad the food was at lunch or how so-and-so […]

Does your daily routine make you feel trapped?

I’ll be the first to admit that I find comfort in a routine. . . until I find myself NOT doing something because it interferes with my routine. Let me expand on that. Typically, a routine provides efficiency of time, energy, money and cognitive attention. That’s all well and good until the routine becomes limiting; […]

Do you feel good about yourself?

Recently, I was the featured speaker at a women’s event, and I made this request of the audience:  Please raise your hand if you feel good about yourself. There was some squirming, shifting in the chairs, and a sudden need for everyone in the room to look down at the floor. One hand hesitantly began […]

Reinvention is a Necessity

The expression “Necessity is the mother of invention” has been around forever. I’m exercising some creative license in this post to paraphrase the statement so that it reinforces one of my foundational beliefs: Reinvention is a necessity. When I turned 50, I left my corporate career and embarked on the magic carpet ride of being […]