Book Review: Try Softer by Aundi Kolber

Book Review: Try Softer by Aundi Kolber

“Dear reader, there are truly times when the best, healthiest, most productive thing we can do is not to try harder, but rather to try softer: to compassionately listen to our needs so we can move through pain—and ultimately life—with more gentleness and resilience.”–...
Book Review: “Anonymous Is A Woman“ by Nina Ansary

Book Review: “Anonymous Is A Woman“ by Nina Ansary

Nina Ansary takes Virginia Woolf’s oft quoted statement “Anonymous is a Woman” and writes compellingly about the oppression of women in today’s society, the effects of that oppression and then she highlights 50 women who have failed to be seen in history despite their...
Book Review: “Master of One” by Jordan Raynor

Book Review: “Master of One” by Jordan Raynor

Two strategists, two reviews of the same book. So different, yet complementary. Enjoy! This book aligns with other recent business reads that support the notion that we will get more joy, and more happiness, if we stop looking to just keep busy, or allow others to...
DOUBLE your impact this #GivingTuesday

DOUBLE your impact this #GivingTuesday

Upon my diagnosis, I searched the Internet for information on my rare Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome (RSDS) also known as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). The RSDSA came up and, despite being an American association, I found a place of hope, support, and...
#CPRS: Share Your Pain

#CPRS: Share Your Pain

Like with many chronic conditions, independence is one of the things you tend to lose when you have CRPS. The symptoms are such that doing normal day to day activities are a challenge. It’s a running joke online, you know you have CRPS when you need a nap after a...