When The Problem Is Too Big

By | August 7th, 2015|Member Contributed|

Sometimes you have a problem that feels impossible to solve. It’s so large that your training and knowledge cannot, in that moment, come to your rescue. Recently, as I took my mother (who has terminal cancer) into the clinic for blood tests, she asked me three different times: “What is the point of all of [...]

My $180,000 Wake Up Call

By | July 13th, 2015|Member Contributed|

What type of wake up call is needed to walk out on a job worth $180,000 a year? For me it was breast cancer, and it was the tipping point for getting my act together and living a life that mattered. This is a story about how I found my way into the world of [...]

The Softer Side of Leadership

By | May 4th, 2015|Member Contributed|

I was recently thrilled to be invited to speak at the Women’s Business Network April Breakfast Mix and Mingle.  In keeping with the Strut Your Stuff theme of Leadership, it was so nice to be able to speak to the softer side of leadership, an area of leadership that is often overlooked in the literature. Although I [...]

Problem Solving with Camille Boivin

By | April 2nd, 2014|Member Contributed|

This week I had my colleague Catherine interview me on problem solving. Why? Because I have a very special relationship with this topic, and want to share a personal experience that really fits into this Logical Smart meets Spirit Smart theme. I'm going to be talking about my experience with breast cancer in this post. [...]

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