Maybe you’ve felt this too. In “precedented” times, we walked around like we controlled everything. These days, we are reminded, in large and small ways, that we don’t.
You can’t reinvent unless you are willing to practice imperfection. It’s almost impossible. I’ve thought about this quite a bit lately since we’re all in reinvention mode. The pandemic demands it, right? I have to tell you I really hated to give up my perfect in person career fairs I planned for Klein College at Temple University. In my humble […]
I hadn’t thought about it much. I’ll be turning 65 soon which means it will be 30 years since I was diagnosed with breast cancer. 30 years. A lifetime ago.I hadn’t thought about it really until I received an email from a fellow Temple University colleague this week with the attachment of this old newspaper […]
I realized a few weeks ago, as I was trying to make decisions with my team about how to plan events, workshops, and classes for college students, I’d started chasing my tail, so to speak. We were talking in circles. Maybe you’ve been there too? Trying to make decisions about bringing back employees? Students? Virtual? […]