322.Vanessa Patrick: Marigolds and Black Walnuts
Have you ever had trouble saying something simple, like “no?” No, I can’t do that. What about all the times you might have said yes, when in your heart all […]
321.Magdalena Mook: Don’t Be Mediocre
The temptation to compromise on our values is always there. Compromising could make things easier for us. Not only can it get you out of a hole, compromising could even […]
320.Robert Pasin: Memories That Last A Lifetime
You know that little bright red wagon, with the long front handle? Maybe, you might have even sat in one, careening down a hill. The wagon, and the company that […]
Are you Waiting for People to Fail, or Looking for How They’ll Succeed?
“When you look for the good in others, you discover the best in yourself.” Martin Walsh Right before the holidays, I hosted Allie Chipkin on LinkedIn Live; you can watch […]
305. Jon Clifton: How Do You Rate Your Life?
Happiness…at work. A novel concept? An oxymoron? Far from it. Jon Clifton is the CEO of Gallup and author of Blind Spot: The Global Rise of Unhappiness and How Leaders […]
Throw Yourself a New S Curve
“I prefer to remain anomalous.” Barbara Kingsolver After church on Christmas Day, my friend Deidra asked me, “Do you know that there’s a ski resort, Snowshoe, West Virginia, only about […]
304. Mbali Maseko : I’m A Product of My Home Environment
Joining Whitney this week is Mbali Maseko, Head of Well Being at Sasol South Africa, a global chemical and energy company. Mbali has a Masters in Public Health, a Masters […]
303. Seth Godin: You’re an Imposter, and So am I!
This week Whitney shares a portion of one of her recent LinkedIn Live sessions. Joining Whitney this week is NY Times best-selling author, Seth Godin – his most famous books […]
A New Month
“There are far better things ahead than any we leave behind.” C.S. Lewis Hello all, and Happy December –– Here are a few ideas and thoughts—my own and other’s—that I’d […]
299. Jennifer Moss: The Cure For Burnout Isn’t Self-Care
A healthy amount of stress is so important for personal growth, but chronic stress that demands our attention 24/7 can disconnect us from our work, colleagues, and purpose. This is […]