How’s Your Smile?

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*excerpted and adapted from O-Syndrome: When Work is 24/7 and You’re Not “Quit now.” Approximately 17 years ago, I woke up one morning with those urgent words in my consciousness. …

The Day I Dared

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*excerpted and adapted from Women Overcoming O-Syndrome: Real, Raw, Unapologetic (fall 2018) “The competition is over, fellas. I win. I’ve got the biggest penis.” Yes. You read that correctly. I …

What My Son Has Taught Me About Managing Change

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“HELP!!! I’m confused, anxious, overwhelmed!” This sentiment accurately captures my son’s reaction to transition and change. I should also mention that my son is on the autism spectrum. Two years …

The Power of Voice

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“This job is costing me too much. My company is changing for the worse. I want to be heard. I want to be recognized for my skills and talent. I …

Okay to See Me

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10:40 am. “Oh, you mean the black guy.” I casually shot back. 10:30am. (ten minutes earlier) My white co-facilitator and I were on a break in the “Great Hall” reception …

3 Ways to No

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Can you jump on a call this morning?” “Would you read over this client report to ensure that it captures all key points from our meeting?” We’ve all been there. …

Take Back Your Vacation

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Take back your vacation with this unconventional, no-holds-barred OUT OF OFFICE NOTIFICATION.   “Hey. Psst. You and I️ both know there is no such thing as ‘no access to email.’ …