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Busting Millennial Myths

Millennial-bashing is all the rage these days, and frankly, I’m over it. From the board room to the classroom, from magazine covers to news reports, the rhetoric is always the same: Millennials are lazy, entitled and narcissistic.  (Sound familiar?) And there...

Are You Emotionally Illiterate?

Resilience has been a hot topic over the last few years, especially when it comes to Millennials. The rhetoric often paints one very specific picture: Millennials don’t know how to cope with struggle because their parents have hovered, intervened and protected them at...

The Hustle Can Go to Hell

This first post of 2017 is coming straight from my heart. In effort to practice what I preach, I’m embracing vulnerability and sharing with you a truth I recently uncovered the hard way. In thinking more holistically about how I want to live and work in 2017, I know...

How to Raise an Employable Millennial

Millennials are educated. Millennials are credentialed. Millennials were raised on the very technological platforms that are driving organizational innovation and success. And yet, the statistics about their collective unemployment are staggering: Millennials are the...

The Bright Side of Your Emotional Hangover

Emotional Hangover [ih-moh-shuh-nl hang-oh-ver]: noun. The feeling after an emotional breakdown, often the  result of an argument, a deep sadness, an unfortunate loss, a trauma. Common symptoms include depression, sadness, crying, feelings of regret, fatigue, anxiety,...

The Disease to Please

WARNING: There’s a dangerous ailment making the rounds among my clients these days. It’s an infectious disease that’s taking a huge toll on the well-being of teens (and adults) everywhere. Symptoms include: Cringing at the thought of saying “no” Obsessing...

Are YOU Fluent in Love?

What if I told you that you were probably rejecting the people you love most, without even realizing it? We humans have a deep, life-long, hard-wired need for love. And when that need goes unmet, we feel rejected and fall prey to numerous psychological issues ranging...

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