Author Archives: Sarah Robinson

Happy National Author’s Day Nov 1

Nov 1 is National Author’s Day. Phew! You didn’t miss it! You still have time to celebrate an author who has impacted you. Not sure what “celebrating an author” looks…

Worldwide Unhappiness: It’s Real, What Can YOU Do?

  Learning the extent of worldwide unhappiness is not fun. But it is important. Below are some shocking findings: 🔴72% of women worldwide (nearly 2 billion) report that they are…

Are You Authentic?

Are you authentic? Do you value authenticity in leadership? At today’s Indy Chamber breakfast event, Seth Morales touched on the importance of authenticity and even shared a vulnerable moment – capturing his authenticity. Want…

Let’s Get Your Wheels Turning . . . Ways to Empower Women

What did your organization do to acknowledge Women’s History Month last month? Nothing? Oops! Read on to prevent this mistake next year! You don’t want to be caught empty handed…

Find Meaningful Work – It’s Worth the Effort

 “Is meaningful work important to you?” After completing some polling on LinkedIn, it seems “YES” is the run-away winner. Great news? Not so much. Sadly, finding meaning in one’s work…

#TuesdayGiving – Got Plans?

Do you have big plans for the rest of today, #givingtuesday? Not so much? Well, just in case you’re open to suggestions I’ll share my plans . . . and…

Recognizing and Compensating for BLIND SPOTS

The French refer to a blind spot as angle mort which literally means dead angle. Very apt indeed.  There are at least 4 different types of blind spots. Are you…

Want to Know the Secret to Live to 95?

  What’s it take to be 95-years young? And more importantly, 95-years strong? Read on to learn the delightful secrets of Geradline Corr. Geraldine was born on March 12, 1926…

There are New Ways to Lead People: Want to FRESHEN Up?

Managing people is harder than ever. COVID didn’t just change the world but also changed the DNA of our workplace in many ways. This new environment presents challenges with competing…

Make Your Habits Work FOR You

Everyone has habits. Some work for us. Some work against us. Creating habits that improve our lives, our businesses, our communities, and the world around us is a worthy endeavor….