I am always amazed that I am so amazed at how badly people communicate. I am still surprised when I talk with men and women I know– who are intelligent, educated and successful– that are unable or unwilling to talk about their feelings; to share what they want with their partners; who would rather beContinue reading “Communication”
How do you step into your power in the workplace? How can you do it and still be liked? Watch this video to learn how.
After a dear friend passed unexpectedly, I struggled a lot. It was hard to work, hard to concentrate. Here is what I did.
Martin Luther King, Jr. gave us an opportunity to practice so many of the best characteristics of being human. His legacy continues today, and provides inspiration globally. I chose this quote by Mother Teresa as an homage to MLK, Jr. I really believe we all leave ripples– the question is, are they playful, supportive ripplesContinue reading “What Kind of Ripple Are You?”
Check out this live stream interview with Todd Nilson on LinkedIn talking with me about “Building Community” https://www.linkedin.com/video/live/urn:li:ugcPost:6811694286938234880/
Are you being as flexible as you should or could be? Cryptocurrency may be a teacher if you are willing to pay attention. Please check out my article on LinkedIn… https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/cryptocurrency-master-teacher-marlowe-j-weingart
When I was a kid I always thought that retirement sounded a lot like Disney World 24/7. As I grew older, and began to dig in and expand my career path, I sometimes wistfully admired retired folks; it seemed so far away I couldn’t even imagine it. Recently I read an article posted by @KristineContinue reading “Can Your Work and Retirement Co-exist?”
I’ve been having conversations to expand #depolarization. I’ve been actively seeking out these conversations because I’m a white woman with a fairly liberal background, living in Western North Carolina, and I work with clients who often have different views than I around inclusion, equity and politics. What depolarizing means for me is that instead ofContinue reading “Depolarization vs. Polarization; Let’s Talk About It”