Category: Creativity & Accepting Failure

Overcoming Adversity: You ARE Good Enough to Lead!

I hope by sharing this very personal story with you, it will inspire you to stay strong and never give up on your leadership vision no matter what obstacles you face. Last week my brand new TEDx Talk “Recovering perfectionist … Continue reading

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How to Define Success on Your Own Terms: Q&A with Shelia Butler

When I came across Successful Women Talk, I was immediately drawn to it by the commitment of its host, Shelia Butler, to feature diverse female entrepreneurs. Barely getting by through high school, Shelia realized that she had to make a … Continue reading

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What would you like to try today?

When you try something new and release the pressure to be perfect from the start, you may surprise yourself by how much you enjoy it! What would you like to try today? How could you make the process more fun … Continue reading

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Wholehearted

Recently I interviewed Sara Forte, a food writer behind the Sprouted Kitchen, and the quote above was her answer to the following question: What drives you to live wholeheartedly and be authentic? Sara’s blog isn’t just about recipes. It shows … Continue reading

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The Magnificence of Uncertainty

  When Maria asked me to write a blog post as a new intern for Campus Calm, I must admit that I felt uneasy. As I am writing, I still feel very reluctant to the idea of posting my thoughts … Continue reading

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