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Invite your Wise Self to Lunch

Invite your Wise Self to Lunch

My Wise Self seemed to be out to lunch. I walked my dog, hunting for a new point of view. With no idea of my angst, he was ecstatic. As he frolicked. I stewed. Irritated with the way I handled a difficult client communication, I wanted to clean up the relationship mess I’d made, but I couldn’t stop thinking how I was right and she was wrong.

Every Woman has Something Wise to Say

Every Woman has Something Wise to Say

Over the years, hundreds of women were my teachers.  They taught me that every wisewoman has something she wants to say. She’s got a voice because she cares. When she listens to the wisdom of her heart, something really matters to her whether in the backyard with the kids, in a company as part of the senior management team, or holding political office – she is ready to speak up.

Trusting my Instincts, My Leadership is More Powerful

Trusting my Instincts, My Leadership is More Powerful

“Feminine wisdom means trusting my instincts, gently saying what I actually see, cutting to the chase faster, and feeling more positive assurance inside. As a result, I do less and produce bigger results. I used to over-function and make things happen by sheer force.

The Wise Leader

The Wise Leader

The Wise Leader   This article published in the Harvard Business Review points to the limits of the knowledge pool we normally draw upon in making daily decisions.

Penetrating the Wall of My Hesitation

Penetrating the Wall of My Hesitation

Wisdom is a journey, a time where I discover the capacity to journey past the wall of my hesitations, fears, and doubt.