Sheryl Sandberg made waves when she included this advice in Lean In: the most important career decision you’ll make it who you marry. But whatever you feel about the institution of marriage, research shows that the quality of our relationships affects our career success in big ways.
Earlier this week Emilie explained just how damaging toxic relationships can be to you and your career. But how do you know when you’re in one? It’s nearly inevitable that at some point, you’ll find yourself surrounded by people and situations that leave us with an uncomfortable feeling. The
Dear Self, Hello, it’s me. Another Valentine’s Day has come and gone, and while the sugar rush from all that cheap candy remains, there’s something I’ve been meaning to tell you. I love you. I know, you’re probably thinking, “Well, DUH. Of course you love me, I’m awesome!” But no gir
Everyday you’re hustlin. Everyday you try to get farther. You think to try harder. You make lists and lists and lists and tape up calendars and create reminders. Reminders to yourself to do more. Reminders that if you have free time then you’re obviously not out there hustling enough. You should
In many of my sessions with clients I see a common theme that disrupts their happiness and sense of self-worth: Many people care SO much about what other people think. This can hugely impact the choices we make. To start, here are some of the reasons we may care too much about what others think: We
Jess Lyons is a professional coach and teacher, helping others design their life with intention around discovering their core desired feelings. When I caught up with her, she was just wrapping up a meeting with a client who she’s helping work through the anxiety-ridden choice moment of de
In honor of Mother’s Day this month, we’ve been exploring the incredible intersection of ambition and motherhood – first with this week’s webinar featuring author Liz O’Donnell and next week, our conversation with Fem2.0 Founder, Suzanne Turner on Workshop Wednesday. Today I’m thrilled t
“Happiness” is an elusive topic that has been studied and contemplated by many throughout history. As an Imago relationship therapist and someone who specializes in helping my clients achieve happy and healthy relationships, I have come to view much of happiness through a relational lens. It’s