Case, fearless on the zip line course If you share my fear of heights, you know the dizziness of standing next to a wall of windows several stories above ground. Or the gut-punch of finding yourself dangling atop a stalled Ferris wheel. At best, it’s unsettling. At … [Read more...] about The Fear of Plummeting from a Cloud Forest (and Updating a Website)
You’d be surprised how much you can learn from a young woman guzzling beer from a muddy cleat. . . . From the start, the post-game rugby social was remarkable. Co-eds filtered into a downtown bar carrying homemade dishes of pasta, beans, pulled pork and macaroni … [Read more...] about What I Learned From Rugby
Thank you to Jill Bates and Robin Flannigan for simultaneously inviting me to participate in this blog hop about “why I write”. Part of my eager acceptance to join was the personal appeal of this topic. Throughout my life, writing has served many purposes: creative … [Read more...] about Why I Write
On the morning after this year’s presidential election, the local forecast was “chilly with clear skies”—an outlook that remains relevant as new or renewed leaders begin their terms. Though possibly divided by our November votes, women can unite in many victories that suggest … [Read more...] about A Sunny Day for Women and Leadership
Are you focusing on what's most important? In our quest to succeed, sometimes we ignore the basics, operating in a tactical world that is disconnected from the big-picture. … [Read more...] about Re-examine your to-do list.