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Author Archives: Renee Brown
It seems like most all work days involve a conversation I would rather not have…. coaching an employee for bad behavior, telling a vendor they are not performing, sharing news people would rather not know, and making decisions that select … Continue reading
So, what does October 11th mean to you? It has always had a positive meaning for me because it is my mother’s birthday. It also is a lovely time of year – Fall colors, football season, the crisp colors, Halloween … Continue reading
If I had an opportunity to offer advice related to money to my younger self, I would have engaged with money matters sooner, and made money my friend. I made three fundamental mistakes and I plan to teach my daughter … Continue reading
I love conversations with fun people. As an extrovert, it gives me energy. I think I have discussed every appropriate and inappropriate topic under the sun through the years. I even recall briefly discovering the meaning of life during one … Continue reading
I found an interesting statistic from a study out of Virginia Tech that noted that 80% of Americans don’t have goals. Wow – I have goals but I do not have a bucket list, intentionally. What is the difference? I … Continue reading
June 2013 was an amazing month of change with the ground breaking Supreme Court rulings, and I have gotten a few questions about how this huge change will impact our family. That chapter is yet to be written so for … Continue reading
Like with everything else in life, folks don’t know how something will impact them until it is experienced firsthand. My mom gave me a great quote while I was pregnant, and I still carry it with me every day: “making … Continue reading
I have been lucky to experience role reversals in several situations in my life, and each time I have found that having the “shoe on the other foot” to be invaluable. One humbling example of that “aha” moment for me … Continue reading