When I first started writing about leadership, I called my series Feminine Foresight. I planned to write all about the leadership experience for women, the good, the bad, the ugly. But most of all, I wanted to highlight the truth that women are amazing leaders. Just as we are. In [...]
This story of vision I'm about to share with you today is one that I hope finds a special, deep place in your heart to live. I pray that you think on it, wonder on it, and remember it. It's a story about a community of Senegalese women whose vision [...]
I've been asked this question several times since publishing Tell It Well. "How do I talk about God to people who don't share the same beliefs as I do," is a question central to the theme of my book. I asked this question because it's challenging and complex. There isn't one right way, but [...]
Both bias and double standards have a negative effect because they make things unfair. Whether it’s selection for a promotion, choosing a teammate in gym class or being evaluated for a presentation, bias and double standards are likely influencing the outcome of the decision. The negative forms of bias and [...]
That’s a hard question to answer, isn’t it? If you’re like me, your initial answer might be, “Yes?” And that’s A-okay! We can be both leaders and followers in different portions of our professional and social life. So in reality, the issue isn’t about which category you fall into, but [...]
Happy Wednesday! I hope this edition of Feminine Foresight shines rays of encouragement, reflection and expectation into your mid-week. I’ve got some gooooooood things to share with you today! So let’s get into it. Imagine that we’re all in a room together. (Wouldn’t that be great?) And I said the [...]
I took a deeeeeep dive into medieval history these past couple of weeks. 😛 I don’t really know how it started, but it ended with me reading a historian’s complete dissertation (300 pages long!) on the life of Mathilda of Flanders. I was engrossed. This medieval queen, whose name I [...]
When the ideas that turned into Feminine Foresight first started churning in my mind, one of the clearest thoughts I had was, “We need to move past the “Women’s Leadership” conversation.” By that, I mean that I so wish female leadership wasn’t an issue that needs addressing. To move past [...]
You know that feeling of finally being asked on a date by someone you’ve been crushing on? When you feel elated and shaky nervous all at once? That’s the feeling rushing through my veins right now as I hit the ‘send’ button. Today I’m announcing Feminine Foresight, a project that’s [...]
Yes, it’s true! I am in the middle of writing a real-life book.
A book that someday soon you will be able to hold in your hands or read on your Kindle wherever you like reading best. Maybe that’s in a favorite chair, on the beach or at your desk on your lunch break.