Here’s my latest podcast for leaders about balance and distractions. How can leaders Quiet the Noise? The distractions, conflicting schedules, and competing priorities can be unnerving? So, how can they distill priorities? With a solid commitment and mindful preparation, distractions can be silenced. For more information on this topic, get a copy of my latest e-book […]
When someone told me back in the summer of 2014 that one day my little FAB Friday event would grow into a business that impacts hundreds of women and I would be the leader, I said “No way!” Yet, here we are three years later and my little FAB Friday event has evolved into a […]
Leaders always encounter memorable moments. This is relevant to you whether or not you are a leader in business or ministry. My most memorable moment while leading has been a formal diagnosed for depression and anxiety. This moment was a time filled with darkness, vulnerability, guilt, shame, and along a host of other fleeting emotions.
Between her roles as entrepreneur, mother, wife, and community advocate, Cynthia Williams-Bey and I connected for her to reflect about leadership. With an extraordinary insight about the expectations and complexities of leading others, she candidly shared about her moments, insights, and life lessons. What a fascinating leaders she is!
Recently a friend and I engaged in a light banter about how aspiring leaders know when they are ready to step up to the plate. We exchanged ideas that some people work at it, others step onto a “platform” and yet others assume a bully pulpit without reservation.