Business + Yoga + a Gift for You  = Happy March! Hello, hello, Today I’m excited to announce the launch of a course I created for OmStars, a subscription-based Internet yoga channel, titled: Where Yoga Meets Business. Before you tune out… Read More
Pick a Card, Any Card This past week, a journalist chum mentioned she was working on an article on secondary ties—those that go beyond family and friends– and asked if I had any techniques for… Read More
Sure, there’s Toastmasters…but What about Facemasters?? This past week, I had the g.r.e.a.t. pleasure of being the keynote speaker for the Montana Department of Transportation’s Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Conference. As is the case whenever I speak,… Read More
Supermarket/Snorkel: How to Make Sense of Others’ (Incomprehensible) Habits Ever since he’s known me, my husband has been baffled by my ability to lose all sense of time– and any pretense of focus– the minute I enter a grocery… Read More
It’s Easier to Daydream When You’re Going Uphill This past week, I was lucky enough to spend a few days in Kauai. One of the most exciting (beautiful, fun, mentally and physically challenging) things my husband, Keith and… Read More
The Closest Exit May Be Behind You (2.0) The combination of spending yesterday on an airplane and various business…. let’s call them “conundrums” brought to mind a post I wrote four years ago entitled “The Closest Exit May… Read More
Speaking Skills Learned from Saturday Night Live This past week I had the pleasure of working with a group of six very youthful presenters, all of whom were preparing to speak with– let’s delicately say– a more… Read More
The Path to Purpose—it’s a Podcast! A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of being a guest on “The Path to Purpose,” a podcast hosted by Shannon M. Carlisle. We covered a lot of topics… Read More
Be Flexible About Everything But “If”:  Welcome 2018 As those of you know who have been reading the Wow for a while, I pick a theme for each year. What is the theme for 2018? Be flexible about… Read More
Don’t Confine the Divine For those who observe a mid-winter, religious holiday of some kind the last few weeks have likely been hectic: special foods had to be prepared; various decorations needed to be… Read More