Posts Tagged ‘author’

019: Dump The Pressure Of Others – Rick Clemons

  We’re all under pressure. Crazy, fast-paced pressures of life. Yet, most of us play into this pressure because of some thing that someone else says we should do. It’s rare the pressure we feel or participate in comes from our own internal making. Every piece of pressure is designed by something outside of us…

018: Why Men’s Work Ain’t no Circle Jerk – Andrew Newman

  Men are more rapidly than ever flocking to men’s work, and we aren’t talking about men working out. They’re going to places where they can feel safe about being vulnerable and able to be open about what they are feeling. But does it work? Andrew Newman, children’s author, well known for his Conscious Bedtime…

393: LGBTQ Leadership, The Rainbow Difference – Steve Yacovelli

Leadership. We hear this term thrown around alot these days. It means many things to many people, and in different contexts it takes on lots of different meanings. But what does LGBTQ Leadership look like. “What unique challenges do you face as an LGBTQ individual in the roles of leadership? How do you present yourself?…

379: (UN)Closeting The Fierce Within – Carolyn Colleen

Abuse. Entrapment. Feeling trapped in life. No way out. Not even a possibility of feeling Beyonce’ FIERCE. All of these feelings and life situations leads you to a point of being downtrodden, scared and ragged victim, standing in a food line at the Salvation Army. Who would have thought that your own fierce drive would lead…

247: Bold Enough To Leave It All Behind – Dr. Karen Jacobson

We’ve all left something behind. Yet, it takes some nerve, grit and determination to pack up, move across country, start a brand new Chiropractic Practice all in the aftermath of a car accident and while living on disability. Then, it takes even more nerve and determination to walk away from a 24 year career to…

245: Jail or A Closet…You Choose – Trish Jenkins

Prison was not on the “goal chart” of entrepreneur Trish Jenkins. Conned by a fraud and a breach of the Corporations Act meant losing her multi-million-dollar portfolio, including her family home. Living with murderers, drug dealers, frauds and broken humanity, she lived among Queensland’s most dangerous criminals. Isolated from her husband and three little girls,…