What’s Your Wick? (And Is It Lit?) Yesterday I went to light a candle, only to discover it had no wick. Hhhmmm…. I moved along to another candle, but it got me thinking: How many of us… Read More
Sometimes Perfection is Messy… Greetings and salutations, it’s wonderful to reconnect in 2021. If you’ve been receiving the Wow for a while you know each year I pick a theme I hope will serve… Read More
Patience, Young Grasshopper, 2020 is Only One Week Old I don’t know about the rest of you but I’ve spent the first days of 2020 feeling discombobulated/stressed/blue. I’m thinking this is partly due to the additional hoopla surrounding this… Read More
“Travel with It…” It’s Much the Harder Thing to Do: Welcome 2020 Happy New Year! It’s a privilege and a pleasure to start the decade with you. As those of you know who have been reading the Wow for a while, each… Read More
10 Things Not to Say to a Pregnant Lady Despite the media’s attentiveness toward various mothers-to-be it’s often hard to know what to say to someone who is pregnant (at least this is what I discovered during a recent… Read More
Spread it Around: Rules for Flu Season—and Beyond As so many of us know, it’s flu season—a time fraught with unexpected germ hazards. (Speaking for myself, I was laid out flat for a week with some type of… Read More
Trying to Make a Sale? Agree and Add Last week I was lucky enough to be asked to put together some scripts for one of my clients’ sales teams. Among the questions I was asked was, “How can… Read More
“Interview Wow” has been UPDATED-and (for one week only) it’s FREE Hello, hello, In preparation for the new year, I spent the fall updating “Interview Wow”: my app for the iPhone and iPad. As those of you know who have downloaded… Read More
Five Career Lessons From The TV Show Friends By Forbes Contributor, Maseena Ziegler There was a time in my life when I used to schedule my dates on a Friday night at 6.30pm in order to be home… Read More
“To know is to be ignorant.”— Or, “It’s 2013: Ask Questions” One of my favorite philosophers, J. Krishnamurti, stated, “To know is to be ignorant. Not to know is the beginning of wisdom.” I’ve been thinking about this in ways large… Read More