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Episodes

Who's Minding The Store? Raising Entrepreneurs & Change-Makers

Have a little one in your house who rules the roost? Leaders may be born, but they must also be bred. What better way to channel that thirst for power and cultivate leadership in children than to encourage them to build their…

Looking Ahead: The Future of Girls & Women in STEAM

There is a drive to encourage more girls to pursue studies in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math in order to fill the pipeline with women prepared to fill critical positions across various STEM-based fields in the future.  To some…

Raising Black Boys, Part II: Playing the Hand You're Dealt

Each year, more than 250,000 children are placed into foster care.  African American children make up about 20% of that population.  More than 23,000 children will age out of the foster care system (age 18), every year and 25%…

Raising Black Boys, Part I: Lessons from a Wayward Journey

Today, I was joined by Kevin Shird, Speaker, National Youth Advocate, and Author.   I asked him to recount his journey to redemption where his quest to escape the perils of poverty and his father's addiction led to drug dealing and violence…

The Evolution of Mom

I enjoyed this conversation about the challenges busy moms face as they juggle the many roles and responsibilities in their lives. Whether you are a woman entrepreneur, mom in corporate America or stay-at-home Mom, working inside or outside…

Fit for Life: Taking Care of You From the Inside Out

In today's fast-paced world, we don't always make time to take proper care of ourselves.  We're on the go, pursuing big dreams.  We have people to see and places to go.  BUT, how can we do all of that if we don't invest in the…

Staying Connected While Cutting the Cord

At this time of year, parents are seeing their children off as they embark on their college journeys.  To be sure, there is a lot of stress over shopping for dorm room gear, textbooks, and such.  Parents are also pondering how to stay connected…

Organizing for Back to School Success

Back by popular demand is an insightful conversation I had with two professionals who are at the top of their game in professional organization and educational coaching -- C. Lee Cawley of Simplify You and Kristin Carpenter of Linder Educational…

Breaking Through to Be Authentically You

Do you ever feel like you're just marking time?  Unsure of how to get in touch with your true calling?  Today, I talked with two extraordinary guests who work with clients to help them clear away the hurdles and distractions, so that they…

Shrinking the Digital Divide So Kids Can Soar

It has been said that disparate internet access in our country exacerbates inequality among our citizens.  Bridging the global challenge is, in fact, a global challenge: "Over 90 per cent of the jobs currently created in the European Union…

Building Resilience: One Stone at a Time

When facing life's hard knocks, we can't always rely on external advantages like fame, wealth, or connections to help us rise to the top.  Resilience, on the other hand, can bring us back if we are willing to persevere and learn the valuable…

Speak to Understand: Building Bridges and Creating Community

In social settings as well as at work and school, we often struggle when relating to others that are not like us.  Often, there is fear and unease which we are hesitant to admit. Rather than show compassion and transparency, we often do and…