A while back, I reached out to Heidi to see if she would be willing to be featured in this How She Does It series. To my shock and delight, she replied and with the kindest compliments on my blog. I was freaking out, dancing-around-the-kitchen-style-excited because I think the world of this lady and I know you will, too.
September article: Networking in the 'Girls' Lounge' (NY Times)
As we continue our work in pursuing our true calling, I think we all have a little Thomas Fairchild inside of us.
I first met Aaryn Walker in her store's original location over 10 years ago. Her shop was next door to my take-out Thai place and when I had time over lunch, I would pop in to say hi and wander around, admiring her nostalgic and unique collections and furniture. In this edition of How she does it, Aaryn talks about … Continue reading How she does it | Entrepreneur Aaryn Walker of the mid-century modern store, Red Chair
Anyone else feel like too many hours of their life have been spent creating (and editing, and editing more) flowcharts in Visio or PowerPoint? Smart Art has a way of killing you softly - am I right? But these are a breath of fresh air.
Make no mistake, perception is reality at work, and in one fell swoop, I'm pretty sure some of my colleagues started taking me less seriously. I didn't care.