What Happens When you Walk Like a Man?

What Happens When you Walk Like a Man?

Interpreting what some men do without thinking and how it impacts your life. Columnist Monica Hess of the Washington Post noticed that when navigating a crowded street she was sometimes knocked aside by someone hurrying in the opposite direction. She also noticed that...

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Our ‘Best of’ Lists for Professional Women

Our ‘Best of’ Lists for Professional Women

This is the time of year for lists - not just for gifts or for party guests but for the “best of” just about everything. We think that television and movies did a particularly great job at articulating situations - dramatic and comic - that are faced by professional...

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How to Succeed In Hollywood by Speaking “Man”

How to Succeed In Hollywood by Speaking “Man”

I thought it might be encouraging to hear from a woman who succeeded in Hollywood. Hollywood is a tough, tough place to work. It is very male dominated and many capable women have been harassed or refused entry. The money to be made is huge and there are lots of...

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Professional Women – Take Time to Connect with Nature

Professional Women – Take Time to Connect with Nature

Let’s not forget that nature can be magic. We professional women try hard to achieve perfection and make a difference every day. But we need to realize that there are some things as critical to our well being as our staff meeting or our latest project. Susan Says: We...

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Lessons in Presentation Design from A Red Chair

Lessons in Presentation Design from A Red Chair

The Red Chair. Susan says: his is an interesting example of what choices must be made for great design. Alone on a grassy parkway this abandoned red chair makes a unique design statement.  Balance, coherence, line, texture, color, contrast, empty space... Of course,...

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Speak Up Now To Be Sure Your Ideas Are Heard

Speak Up Now To Be Sure Your Ideas Are Heard

To paraphrase a line in To Kill a Mockingbird, stand up child a great man is passing, as Scout's father, Atticus Finch, leaves the court room. After her sudden and unexpected death, I stand up for Mary Gautreaux. She was a tireless, behind-the-scenes defender of...

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