Tag Archives: balance
I’ve just returned from my company’s annual customer conference in Las Vegas, an event that meant 12 hours of standing booth duty, 7 short theatre presentations, 6 hours of one-on-one meetings with industry analysts, 5 days of restaurant or conference … Continue reading
“…the biggest mistake I made is the one that most of us make while doing this. I did not live in the moment enough. This is particularly clear now that the moment is gone, captured only in photographs.” “There is … Continue reading
Last week I had an important meeting; I had to represent my division at a cross-organizational working session with executives from other divisions, each two or even three levels above me, each male. The night before the meeting, I felt … Continue reading
Three daughters. Three lunches. Three notes. Guess which one is entering finals week?
In our house, we celebrate one holiday at a time. This means that we don’t even think about Christmas until the Thanksgiving leftovers are tucked into Tupperware and shoved to the back of the fridge. Friday morning we head out … Continue reading
Last week at back-to-school night my husband greeted a friend with “happy new year!” we all laughed, but I felt a little stunned too. Sometimes my husband and I are so much on the same wavelength it’s uncanny. You see, … Continue reading
Don’t commit to something out of the desire to prove you’re good enough…you already are! Kimberly Fulcher