Image


SaveSave

Learning How To Take Care of Your Mental Health As An Entrepreneur
4 months ago

Learning How To Take Care of Your Mental Health As An Entrepreneur

We are all born with this innate hunger for passion and success. Our ability to be doers, creators, innovators and visionaries come from an instinctive characteristic, which is best described …
Read More

Earth Day—Educating Ourselves through Lessons in History and Current Events
4 months ago

Earth Day—Educating Ourselves through Lessons in History and Current Events

As Earth Day approaches us, I can just see the flood of Google searches of “what to do on Earth Day” and the influx of articles telling you 5 small …
Read More

Self-Care Ideas for When the Work We Love Overwhelms Us
5 months ago

Self-Care Ideas for When the Work We Love Overwhelms Us

When we find a way of contributing to this world that aligns with who we are – and when we find the courage to pursue it ­– it often feels …
Read More

The Lack of Focus or The Lack of Hunger?
5 months ago

The Lack of Focus or The Lack of Hunger?

It’s now Spring, that awkward time where it isn’t a fresh start or the end of a year. We are 3 months into the new year and it’s time to …
Read More

Learn 5 Ways to Build an Ethical Capsule Wardrobe
5 months ago

Learn 5 Ways to Build an Ethical Capsule Wardrobe

You’ve probably heard of the magical appeal of a capsule wardrobe, which basically means narrowing down your entire closet to a few pieces that work well together. But when we’re …
Read More

The Key Isn’t Empty Reward But Thoughtful Encouragement
6 months ago

The Key Isn’t Empty Reward But Thoughtful Encouragement

A lot of commentary about the educational system in America will focus on effort-based reward systems, which is a partial vestige of the highly controversial and derided “No Child Left …
Read More

Why Social Entrepreneurs Can’t Do Small Talk
6 months ago

Why Social Entrepreneurs Can’t Do Small Talk

It’s All About Deeper Connections…We all have one: that friend who is always asking us not just how we’re doing, but—really—how are we doing? That person who not only listens …
Read More

One Woman Leads A Movement of Peace and Forgiveness in Rwanda
6 months ago

One Woman Leads A Movement of Peace and Forgiveness in Rwanda

Rwanda is a country with a history peppered with turmoil. The most recent tumultuous, tragic event took place in 1994, the Rwandan Genocide. The genocide resulted in the deaths of …
Read More

Top