Know that having a reputation you helped shape is better than passively letting others build narratives around your name.
We can choose to view what we do as just a job. Or we can think of it as our ministry. The choice is ours.
Leslie Knope is probably the best character in the history of comedy and humankind! Kidding, but that's probably how she'd describe her favorite character, with passion bordering idolatry. I came to know Leslie Knope during my second maternity leave. After all the helping hands and train meals stopped coming I turned to Netflix for company... Continue Reading →
I handed him a copy of an old Nashville Business Journal article that outlined the difference between a mentor and a sponsor. "This is what I am talking about," I said. Sitting across the table was my boss, the recipient of a heavily marked-up newspaper and my request for a mentor. We were talking about... Continue Reading →