How Easy is Social Change?

May 1, 2019

Social Change? What does that even mean? Changing the societal norms and behaviors, repairing flaws in systems, advancement in technology and processes. Social change is creating a better world. It’s not easy. However, businesses and events have the opportunity to make small, meaningful improvements that may lead to historic changes. How does this happen? As…


Lost in Translation

March 21, 2019

Last week I have the privilege of traveling to Japan as a guest of Akitainu Tourism. The purpose of the trip was to learn more about the less frequently explored area of the Country.  I will be covering the highlights of the trip on my Seven Degrees blog.  This post is about my experience traveling to…

Vision Boards

The Truth About Vision Boards

March 12, 2019

A few weeks ago, a friend of mine posted that her 2018 Vision Board had come true.  She’s someone has flourished professionally over the last few years and is living her champagne dreams.   Personally, I had been dilly-dallying about building my 2019 board.  I recently clarified a lot of my goals for the year, but…

Gillette Ad

The Best an Ad Can Get

February 8, 2019

If you haven’t heard, Gillette, in an effort to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their “Best a Man Can Get” campaign, relaunched it as “Best a Man Can Be“. And as you guessed, outrage ensued. Who’s Angry? Some men felt they were being reprimanded and took to social media to express their displeasure. Others felt…

Every Day is Not the “Big Game.”

February 6, 2019

On Sunday night, people were either Patriots fans or Rams fans, right?  Millions of people around the US (and many parts of the world) gathered around TVs with friends and family to choose a team to root for.    For. One. Night. However, the rest of the year they cheer on the Giants.  The Steelers.…