Breaking Barriers and Defying Stereotypes with Elinor Stutz

Elinor Stutz has defied stereotypes and shattered barriers in sales. During their conversation, Rosie explores the impact of early childhood experiences and the importance of recognizing and understanding the origins of our drive or limitations. Together, they dive into rehumanizing workplaces and the negative impact of poor treatment in corporate America. Rosie and Elinor explore strategies and practices for leveraging personal challenges to uplift others and create positive change in the workplace.

Build Your Own Yellow Brick Road

When’s the last time you let yourself dream big – I mean really dream? I’m not talking about having a moment where you wish for something more but then just as quickly short-circuit it with dismissive thoughts. I’m talking about holding space to let yourself really envision a bigger, brighter future. In his book, The...

What Dr. Seuss Can Teach Us About Leadership

Usually when we think about Dr. Seuss, what comes to mind are children’s books, bright colored characters with silly names, and lots of rhyming. And while these all are true, it turns out that when we look a little closer, there are incredible lessons to be learned about leadership. Leadership never has been – and...

Finding a Courageous Path Forward When Life is Hard

Let’s face it, life can be REALLY challenging and hard at times: Parenting is hard. Dealing with aging parents is hard. Creating harmony between our personal and professional lives can be hard. Navigating the constant disruption in our world is hard. Even asking for and accepting help can be hard. So what do you do...

Embrace the Squiggles and Detours

Let me ask you a question… Do you learn and grow more from the things that go well and as you planned/hoped? or Do you learn and grow more from the things that didn’t go well or as you planned? If you’re like most humans, my guess is you said the latter. As much as...

Making Peace with Our 10-Year-Old Selves

This is me at age around age 12…basically the same age as my son is today. This girl (like most kids at this age) struggled with not feeling enough, wanting to belong and be liked, feeling like an imposter, waiting for the other shoe to drop, and desperately trying to prove herself hoping that would...

Giving Ourselves and Others Permission to FEEL

We are forever changed… The non-stop VUCA-extreme nature of 2020 sometimes has me feeling like I’m in a bad 1990’s infomercial…waiting for the man with the beard to say, “But wait; there’s more!” Sometimes I wonder how much more we can possibly bear. Other times, I’m able to rally and find hope. I constantly refer...

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