Let’s check in on those goals, shall we?

Re-evaluating your goals is as important as setting them.

You know what I love about setting goals instead of setting resolutions? Goals evolve.

Miriam Webster defines a goal as “the end toward which effort is directed.” On the other hand resolve (the verb in resolution) is “to reach a firm decision about.” When you set a goal, you get to work towards it, and that end will evolve as you learn from the effort you are directing it’s way. In contrast, a resolution lives in the moment. “I resolve to do this thing.” It’s static. Life, however, is dynamic. Our circumstances are always changing, and so we need a more dynamic way to set and measure achievement.

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Simple Tips for a Healthy Business Trip

Simple Tips for a Healthy Business Trip

Hello from the Windy City! I’ve been in Chicago the past few days for the Closing the Women’s Wealth Gap National Meeting. I’m always thrilled to be a part of a pro-woman conversation, but it feels especially timely since yesterday was #EqualPayDay. Gender income inequality is a huge issue in the US – particularly for women […]

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There is Magical Potential in Saying YES to Something Kooky

Why You Should Say YES to Something Kooky

This time last year, Ryan’s sister Renee (shoutout to a badass lady!) invited me to join her in a new dance krewe that was just getting started. Now, Renee is an extremely talented, professional, dancer, so I was both flattered and slightly concerned that she was extending the invitation to me. I go the occasional […]

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