I guess January has become the time to start out our year by learning a lot and opening our mind to new ways of thinking about things – about relationships, living healthy, starting a business, investing, trying new adventures – what have you. So last week I told you about Sheree Clark’s podcast series, and now
You may think that your days of Superwoman Disease – trying to do and be everything – to be a superwoman – are over. After all, you’re no longer raising your children and/or trying to establish yourself in the early days of your career. And you’ve read many articles on why you shouldn’t put pressure
Janet Neal is a tireless advocate for women’s empowerment, having been an early influencer in the area of work/life balance in the 1990’s. She opened a co-working center for women in 2007, before there was such a term and certainly not a place just for women. She has written numerous articles and two books on
Really – it’s a workshop. And it’s not really about hair. It’s about self-discovery and self-acceptance. Janet Neal is a tireless advocate for women’s empowerment, having been an early influencer in the area of work/life balance in the 1990’s. She opened a co-working center for women in 2007, before there was such a term and certainly before
This week, Janet Neal welcomes guest Vanessa Loder to her weekly show, Superbwoman Sundays. Vanessa is the Co-Founder of Mindfulness Based Achievement, the New MBA, a company that provides in-person and online educational tools to help high potential women leaders learn how to lean in without burning out. Superbwoman Sundays airs this Sunday, Feb 22nd at 7pm EDT.
Have you ever felt “stuck”, kept in your place by persons or circumstances, longing to break free but not knowing how to do, what else you would do, or if you could even do anything else? I know I have. It’s a terrible place to be. As a result, I am committed to helping women
What a great time I had talking last week with Janet Neal, The Superbwoman – on her weekly online broadcast “Superbwoman Sundays” (streaming live Sunday evenings at 7 pm eastern). We did our interview a little differently – sitting side by side in front of one camera – and we talked about the “shoulds” in
Janet M. Neal – Guest Blogger My daughter goes off to college next week. My house looks like Bed, Bath & Beyond and Staples crashed and their contents are strewn everywhere. What once looked like an organized garage now has the feel of an overcrowded thrift shop, one where you have to weave your way