Dear 2020 Graduates, Congratulations on your academic achievements. Your family, community and millions around the globe are cheering you on to find meaningful purpose on your life’s journey. I gave the 2019 commencement speech below with the desire it would… Read More »Raising your hand in 2020. High-five to you graduates! My commencement speech of 2019 repurposed.
Respect in the Workplace
Doug Rauch, the former president of Trader Joe’s, now the CEO of the non-profit, Conscious Capitalism, sat down with Cinderella CEO On Air in Chicago to record a fascinating interview. Rauch, still a grocery guru, who cares deeply about the… Read More »Interview with Former President of Trader Joe’s, Doug Rauch on Conscious Capitalism
Cinderella CEO on Air is a career podcast based on the international book, From Cinderella to CEO – How to Master the 10 Lessons of Fairy Tales to Transform Your Work Life. Cary Broussard, author and host of the show… Read More »CinderellaCEO. Whitney J Martin, Co-Founder, Texas Women Ventures
Doug Rauch is our 10th Cinderella CEO podcast interview. Soft spoken, and really smart, the former president of Trader Joe’s, and current CEO of Conscious Capitalism, Doug Rauch has also started a project called the Daily Table to bring fresh… Read More »Doug Rauch, former President of Trader Joe’s….Serious, Caring and Fun to Talk to…
Co-Chair of the International Conscious Capitalism Board, Doug Levy, author of Can’t Buy Me Like, and founder of the 20-year old digital agency, MePlusYou, has found time to form a new start up called Tap Goods. I interviewed him a… Read More »Doug Levy, Conscious Capitalism
Getting to know Millennials is a priority for most, whether you’re in business, academics or parenting – just to name a few professions. I’ve been pleasantly surprised and challenged by this generation that represents a group of 80 million, according… Read More »10 Reasons Millennials Get Out of Bed for Work
For those of you who don’t know what age range the Millennial group refers to…the “Millennials” are the generation born between 1975 and 1995 (18 years of age to 38). There’s a whole bunch of Millennials, the next biggest population… Read More »Millennials Say (and Can Do) The Darn-dest Things
My parents helped me get my first job. My aunt had a friend who was the Executive Director of the American Cancer Society. Aunt Milton (yes, my Aunt’s name was Milton) helped me get an interview for the PR Director/Special… Read More »Bring Your Parents to Work Day. Really?