Man stressed out in home office with computer and paperwork.
07/09/2017
To Shred or Not to Shred Too much paper makes everyone crazy and I’m no exception. Today I’m going through all my paper files to pull out everything that can be tossed, scanned, and/or shredded... read more
Performance Review form with eye glasses resting on top.
07/02/2017
During a recent executive transition, the board identified a new leader to make our non-profit more entrepreneurial. Because of timing around this transition, my one-year anniversary earlier that... read more
Person with hands folded together on white table
06/25/2017
Progressive Living There is no doubt that we live in highly polarizing political and economic times in the United States. We are realizing that the labels of being associated with being a Democrat... read more
Close up of ballpoint pen and stock market ratios report.
06/11/2017
Investing can be intimidating. For one thing, money is undoubtedly serious. We protect ours with triple-encrypted cyber fortresses, passwords so complicated you need a whole separate system (with... read more
Red lollipop says LOVE, sitting on pages of book
06/04/2017
I did not expect to consider the meaning of love when I attended the Social Venture Network (SVN) Conference. With my sales pitch and freshly printed business cards, I was prepared to impress a... read more
Sunglasses and flip flops on beach mat and sand
05/21/2017
Anonymous (not verified)
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. We know getting away from the daily grind makes us feel good, but is it just the temporary exhale we crave, or do we actually need breaks in our routine... read more
Broken glass pieces strewn in dirt.
05/14/2017
Frederick Hutson, Co-Founder of Pigeonly; Britnie Turner, Founder and CEO of Aerial Development Group; and April De Simone, Co-Founder of Designing the WE, sit side by side—unlikely people to be... read more
Two bright pink piggy banks fighting over a dollar bill.
05/07/2017
With as many as 80% of Americans in debt, it's obvious that the country as a whole is facing a budget crisis. You're determined to move out of that 80 percent. You've written a budget, and you're... read more
Woman on pink background ignoring yelling man on blue background.
04/23/2017
I had the wonderful opportunity to attend SOCAP in San Francisco — a 3,000-person conference with over 100 sessions on social capital markets. A big theme was gender lens investing, or... read more

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Man stressed out in home office with computer and paperwork.
07/09/2017
To Shred or Not to Shred Too much paper makes everyone crazy and I’m no exception. Today I’m going through all my paper files to pull out everything that can be tossed, scanned, and/or shredded... read more
Performance Review form with eye glasses resting on top.
07/02/2017
During a recent executive transition, the board identified a new leader to make our non-profit more entrepreneurial. Because of timing around this transition, my one-year anniversary earlier that... read more
Person with hands folded together on white table
06/25/2017
Progressive Living There is no doubt that we live in highly polarizing political and economic times in the United States. We are realizing that the labels of being associated with being a Democrat... read more
Close up of ballpoint pen and stock market ratios report.
06/11/2017
Investing can be intimidating. For one thing, money is undoubtedly serious. We protect ours with triple-encrypted cyber fortresses, passwords so complicated you need a whole separate system (with... read more
Red lollipop says LOVE, sitting on pages of book
06/04/2017
I did not expect to consider the meaning of love when I attended the Social Venture Network (SVN) Conference. With my sales pitch and freshly printed business cards, I was prepared to impress a... read more
Sunglasses and flip flops on beach mat and sand
05/21/2017
Anonymous (not verified)
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. We know getting away from the daily grind makes us feel good, but is it just the temporary exhale we crave, or do we actually need breaks in our routine... read more
Broken glass pieces strewn in dirt.
05/14/2017
Frederick Hutson, Co-Founder of Pigeonly; Britnie Turner, Founder and CEO of Aerial Development Group; and April De Simone, Co-Founder of Designing the WE, sit side by side—unlikely people to be... read more
Two bright pink piggy banks fighting over a dollar bill.
05/07/2017
With as many as 80% of Americans in debt, it's obvious that the country as a whole is facing a budget crisis. You're determined to move out of that 80 percent. You've written a budget, and you're... read more
Woman on pink background ignoring yelling man on blue background.
04/23/2017
I had the wonderful opportunity to attend SOCAP in San Francisco — a 3,000-person conference with over 100 sessions on social capital markets. A big theme was gender lens investing, or... read more

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