Part Two: Reframing the Conversation Around Competition

This is part of a five part series focused on reframing the conversation around competition and comparison among women. We recommend you start by reading Part One: Catfight! In Part One of this series, we talked about how changing the conversation for women around competition and comparison starts by first, living more honestly. Here’s aContinue reading “Part Two: Reframing the Conversation Around Competition”

Catfight! Reframing the Conversation Around Competition and Comparison Among Women.

Part 1 of 5. I could spew data for days about competition among women. We could talk about all of the reasons why women see competition negatively, why when we compete with each other it’s seen as catty, how hostile competition is a mask for insecurity, and on and on and on. I could wasteContinue reading “Catfight! Reframing the Conversation Around Competition and Comparison Among Women.”

Be the Driver of Your Annual Review: Four Things to Do Now.

Regardless of the process your boss or your organization uses to evaluate performance, you can and should be the driver of your annual performance evaluation. As a young professional, I was always a passive participant in my annual reviews. I would sit down and wait for the feedback. I would cross my fingers for aContinue reading “Be the Driver of Your Annual Review: Four Things to Do Now.”

The Most Important Book You’ll Ever Own.

It’s of average size and comes in a variety of sizes, shapes, and colors. It has no publisher, no title, and no reviews on Amazon. The author is you. The book? A Success Journal. The concept is simple: Have a dedicated place where you regularly record your accomplishments. Big ones and small ones. Personal onesContinue reading “The Most Important Book You’ll Ever Own.”