Recent Posts by Mary
I was enjoying a rare day at home, working in my jammies, when I got the news that a man I worked with for over Read More
Well, Groundhog Day is certainly a big day for the groundhog – the day Read More
Even though I was a young girl when I first heard his speech, Read More
This is not Read More
In my experience, a lot of leaders think “positive thinking” is about thinking happy rah-rah or touchy-feely thoughts or re-framing a thought to make it Read More
When I ask this question in my workshops, and it doesn’t matter if I am with CEOs, management Read More
Every July 4th, I am thankful to our Founding Fathers for their passion—their commitment—to our freedom to pursue that which makes us happy Read More
Having once owned a garden center and nursery and having a huge passion for gardening, I know this weekend is THE weekend to get our Read More
Love and business aren’t often used in the same sentence. Yet love is what brings about significant results.
Studies show that happy and healthy workers Read More
Do you have a written vision statement or intention for:
- Your organization or your family?
- Your role in your organization or family?
- Your life? Your
I will be more balanced.
Does that sound familiar? It may be one of the most popular resolutions among executives. Many of us make this Read More
With plays, parties and events to attend, cards to mail, gifts to buy, guests to prepare for, and year-end initiatives at work, you may find Read More
In the mid-1990s, I was an executive officer for several companies in crisis and owner of my own growing business. I was working over a Read More
Today is Positive Thinking Day.
In my experience, a lot of leaders think “positive thinking” is about thinking happy rah-rah or touchy-feely thoughts or re-framing Read More
We are a nation of laborers. White collar, blue collar, working, not working—we labor. We are busy, busy, busy, doing, doing, doing.
When we find Read More
“The pursuit of happiness” is listed in the United States Declaration of Independence among the unalienable and sovereign rights of man.
In the workshops I Read More
Your largest customer calls and threatens to take their business elsewhere. You learn that a prized employee is leaving, taking a position with a competitor. Read More
I always look forward to the coming of spring. It’s a time of renewal and growth. And just as I choose the seeds I wish Read More
This is Valentine’s Day, a day we pause and think about love.
Usually we think about people we love. Yet love affects more than our Read More