Today's guest is the author of Workplace Wellness That Works (WILEY, 2015), CEO and founder of Motion Infusion, a leading well-being and learning provider. Her work has been covered by MSNBC, The New York Times, US News & World Report, Entrepreneur, Business Insider, and NPR. She is a former urban public high school teacher, L&D
Fun fact: there has not been a boy born in my family in 113 years (my mom’s side clearly). And everyone has also been divorced a minimum of two times. So my sister and I are likely born to be single, independent women. Will also probably have a daughter or two. I’m only half kidding.
Earlier this week I got a call from a new enthusiastic lead, which gave me that kick of motivation I really needed after sort of a lull in work. Sometimes I think it’s just burn out but really I know it’s a flare up of self doubt. I’ve just turned twenty-three. I’m an American
Fresh off the stage at a Global Women event in her homebase of London England, Activating the Power of Women’s newest chapter president Rachel Russell, spoke to us about just how she went from growing up in Brazil, leaving home at 13, to a corporate success and consultant inspiring women globally. Old soul with
It’s midweek and if you’re anything like the ladies over at Activating the Power of Women, you’re likely losing your mind or just about to. This seems to be the same experience for women across the board, in all industries, all positions, from everywhere. Why? Because we’re women and we do it all. And