In the business world, Mother’s Day has become a time to critically reflect on the gap that still exists in creating a supportive culture and opportunity for working moms.
Sound all too familiar right?
Deconstructing Supreme’s New York Post Print Campaign
So many of us only have one-year travel plans, two-year career goals, maybe a rough ten-year-plan for renovating that dream home.
How do you feel right now? Are you in a good state of mind as far as work is concerned?
I’ve been fortunate enough to have worked in ad agencies for over 30 years now, some belonging to other people and even one with my own name over the door.
Summer is a good time for reflection, and it’s my passion to plan out where I want to be by year’s end.
For the last few years, the terms digital nomad, nomadic freelancer, virtual and remote work have all elicited the same reaction from me.
An underground world of frugal millennials exists, and they use a specific model to save money to retire by their thirties.
If you’re young in your career, or stepping into a new role, company or path, it’s critical that you project confidence – even when you don’t feel it.