The Present Principle (Plus A Free Copy of My Ebook)

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The Podcasting Tools You Need to Win

In the New Year, I’ll be doing some rebranding on my Podcast, and doing so also means getting the best tools to do the job. After chatting with some folks for recommendations (including Erik Fisher, who interviewed me for his podcast, Beyond the To-Do List last month), I’ve come up with the best of the best […]

Me (In 3 Minutes or Less)

This week I’m excited to announce my new column over at Babble.com, entitled The Business of Being a Woman. I’ve long admired the fun, classy, light-hearted Moms over at Babble, and it’s fun to be writing for them. The first post, “All About Me (In Three Minutes or Less)“, went live, and, as the title […]

How to Use Doodle to Coordinate Schedules

My girlfriends and I are in the midst of planning our annual reunion, and once again we’re using a nifty tool called Doodle to schedule it. Doodle is one of those cool little planning things I take for granted ever since I was introduced to it, but I realized recently that not a lot of […]

Five Reasons to Be a Night Owl

When I wrote my recent popular post, Five Reasons to Be A Morning Person, I could not have envisioned I would then go ahead and write the exact opposite article a week later. But alas, my mother had other ideas. When she received my newsletter in her email inbox (you have signed up, haven’t you?) […]

Social Media Pet Peeve #5: Telling Inside Jokes

Here’s another installment of my Social Media Pet Peeves video series. This time I’m talking Inside Jokes. Why you tell them on social media, why you shouldn’t, and what all those non-“insiders” think when you do. In short? Don’t do it. Online or off.  

Six Things Silicon Valley Can Teach Social Entrepreneurs

I recently wrote a piece for Fast Company (and the new Skoll World Forum website) about the Six Things Silicon Valley Can Teach Social Entrepreneurs. If you’re a social entrepreneur, or you work in a fast-paced technology environment like Silicon Valley, these might ring true.   Here’s a preview…   Six Things Silicon Valley Can Teach […]