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Apr 30, 2020

Judging and shaming is easy. Especially right now when we love calling people out for not social distancing, not working hard enough during quarantine or not having a picture perfect Zoom background.

But empathy? SO much harder. But it’s also much more powerful and valuable. 

While empathy has always been valuable,...

Apr 27, 2020

Creativity and innovation is in Beth Synder’s DNA. That’s why she’s started THREE creative businesses, including 1Canoe2, a successful paper goods and gift company and Hemlock Goods, an artisanal bandana company. 

There are just so many interesting facets to Beth’s story. You’ll hear about how she’s pivoting...

Apr 23, 2020

I knew the challenges of the pandemic would come with many lessons. But what I didn’t expect is that I would get schooled on how to feel and process my emotions.

If you’ve been riding a rollercoaster of emotions the past few weeks like I have, perhaps you can take some comfort in knowing that you’re not alone....

Apr 20, 2020

Courtenay Rogers has held many roles in her life. She’s a mom, a navy veteran and former social enterprise founder and entrepreneur. But one role she never expected to take on was that of a politician.

But after Courtenay got heavily involved in her daughter’s school, she received a phone call encouraging her to run...

Apr 13, 2020

Standing up for your personal beliefs can be challenging, especially if they don’t coincide with societal norms.

That’s the story of today’s guest, Molly Kemp. Molly is an improv performer, instructor and coach, where she encourages people to take off the masks they wear in their lives so they can live with more...