As I sit writing in the pre-dawn, a blessing arrives: the sound of raindrops on my patio roof. I’m struck by inspiration: how beautiful it would be to feel the drops on my skin. I set my book aside and open the front door, but there’s a problem.
John Tarnoff is a Baby Boomer with a can-do, no BS attitude. He’s a super-motivating career coach, but his ideas are applicable to life in general. Lucky for us, he put them into a book. [Read more…]
Anne Helen Petersen wrote a book about unruly women because she regrets having grown up ruly. She wants to encourage us to be brave, because she was not.
Do you ever wonder what happens to your brain when it’s constantly pelted with digital information? [Read more…]
I have good news and bad news. First, the bad. Recent college grads who are women are far less likely to negotiate on salary than their male counterparts. Here’s the graphic:
I was watching a news program recently, listening to a discussion about a prominent older person* in Washington, DC, and it shocked me, but not for the usual reasons. [Read more…]