In 2006, after 15 years as an investment banker, I needed a change. I was in search of the ever-elusive life with “meaning and purpose.”Read the article.
For the past 30 years, I’ve pursued the answer to this question: “What distinguishes the best entrepreneurs and innovators from the rest of us?”Read the article.
Setting up the Loom My life has been grounded by consistent and centric themes: identity, sisterhood, honesty and purity.Read the article.
Sometimes familiarity blinds us to the beauty we know best. That insight led me to an improbable career shift from bureaucrat to entrepreneur.Read the article.
I am beginning to understand my relationship with failure. That’s what it is, a relationship. More precisely, I can now say that I have come to understand that it is not failure that is so frightening; it is the fear of being judged that terrifies and intimidates.Read the post.