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You Don't Own Me

Ensuring that women remain dependent on men keeps us from achieving a world where men and women equally share power. Keeping women out of church leadership ensures that women's voices cannot influence change. Women cannot achieve our full potential when we are economically disadvantaged, burdened with unwanted pregnancies, single-parenting without child-care, emotional support, or economic resources, or locked in terrible or even dangerous marriages.
Rethinking the Jewelry Industry

Everything You Know About Luxury Has Changed

Millennials are changing everything we know about luxury. Here are 5 key areas your luxury business must master to stay relevant.
Rethinking the Jewelry Industry

What I Wish Consumers Knew About Buying Designer Jewelry

When you introduce someone to the joy of buying art the experience can be transformative. Consumers should have that experience buying designer jewelry.

Ethics

Everything I Need to Know About Sexual Harassment I Learned in Kindergarten

Sexual harassment isn’t about sex. It’s about power.
Merchandising

The Price is What

Customers don’t pay for products or services. They pay for perceived value.
Retail

In it to win it: Don't let generic retailers and pricing models drag you off your designer strategy

You already know being in business for yourself is hard work. But working this hard for no money? Differentiate.
Branding

Big Business Brand, Small Business Budget

Small business owners must compete with large corporations for customers, so branding for the small business is more important than ever. This video teaches the basic elements necessary to create a Big Business Brand on a Small Business Budget.

Leadership

Everything I Need to Know About Sexual Harassment I Learned in Kindergarten

Sexual harassment isn’t about sex. It’s about power.
Management

Karma Crackers in My Soup

Push people because you owe it to them, not because they’ll appreciate it – because they won’t.
Management

Don't Play a Zero Sum Game

Selling is understanding what a customer needs, then providing solution to their needs. A good sales effort tells the customer what to decide.
Management

Don't be a Virtual Leader

If you find yourself assembling virtual teams of home-based contract workers, you will need to develop new skills and sensitivities to motivate, manage, and assess them.
Management

The Knee Bone's Connected to the . . . (or, A Cure for All Manner of Social Problems

This failure to make connections is not isolated to the medical community. Business owners regularly fail to make the connections necessary to ensure the health of their businesses.
Management

Being a Better Leader Part 3: Be a Student of Business

To be a better leader, be a student of business. This article gives advice on what areas to study and where to go to find that information.
Management

On DNA, Ruts, and Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone

Why business diversity? Because when a business embraces many different perspectives, thought processes, and world views, it fires up the collective brain.
Management

Help is On the Way! (but did you ask for help?)

Knowing you need help and willingness to ask for help are very different. Only those who truly want help can benefit. And help often determines success.
Management

Consultative vs Consensus Management

There are two distinct styles of collaborative management. One is preferable to the other for a few reasons.
Management

Don't Play a Zero Sum Game

Selling is understanding what a customer needs, then providing solution to their needs. A good sales effort tells the customer what to decide.
Management

Molecular Transformation Begins at Home

Many people become so overwhelmed at the notion of transforming their entire organization that they never get past thinking about it. Think much smaller.
Management

Everything I Need to Know About Sexual Harassment I Learned in Kindergarten

Sexual harassment isn’t about sex. It’s about power.
Management

Resolution #2: Become a Better Thinker

Most folks don't think. We react, daydream, deny, endorse, commiserate, argue, wish, and even wonder. But being a thinker is different.
Management

Who Says Purgatory's Just for Catholics?

Tips on how to make meetings more powerful, to develop strong facilitators, and to become more effective as a management team.

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Well, Catholics pray to saints," I mutter to myself as I begin my nightly prayer to RBG.

Don't get FOMO over unicorns in the news. It's not usually the first person with the idea who makes the money, or even the first person who invests the cash. The person who invests the discipline is always the one to bet on.

Maybe the reason its so hard to remain in quarantine is that it's hard to outrun sadness when you're forced to be still.

It's surprising how many people are not aware of their reasons for doing things. They think they know, but when asked to reflect upon it, they don't. Why are you in business? Why are you pursuing this role? Why are you frustrated, lonely, anxious, doubting? Why are you making this decision? Why aren't you asking for help? If you ask why before deciding what, who, how, or when, you will come up with a stronger answer every time. In business, why is the essence of strategy. In life, why is the essence of progress.

I suspect the fear of being afraid is the most destructive fear of all.

Perfectionism is a luxury for (starving) artists, or artists with benefactors. The rest of us must learn the difference between being in love with our own ideas and being in love with progress.

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