In Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Harry, Ron, and Hermione must battle through a series of obstacles at the climax of the book. One of those tasks brings them to a room full of winged keys. Here's why that's important for you to know about, and how it's a metaphor for the way ideas can break down obstacles in your path. >>
A by-product of pushing yourself is discomfort. That's true in athletics, academics, or in business. When you're pushing your limits, you're leaving what you know. What's familiar. What works.
Being uncomfortable totally sucks. Here's why you need to do it anyway. >>
If you're not watching Chef's Table on Netflix, you should be. The food documentary series introduces you to famous chefs around the world, their philosophies, and of course, their cuisines. But in the course of watching the series, I've learned quite a bit about leadership—and quite a few lessons you can apply to the business world, too.
I spent a Thursday surrounded by 10,000 powerful, inspirational women at the MA Conference for Women. Stories of strength, innovation, and most of all, girl power made it a day I'd recommend to any woman looking for a little inspiration! Get ready for what inspired me the most >>