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How can you make a mark of your leadership to ensure that you have left behind something that generations and generations to come will remember you by, LONG after you have left the leadership scene?

Defining your leadership legacy is an intentional act that calls upon us individually to serve those whom we lead in a manner that is best for the greater good of a team, of an organization, or even a community.

The Best Investment Manager


As I stood in a crowded ballroom trying to figure out where to go next at this networking event, I felt a light tap on my shoulder. I turned around to see Susan Read more…

Leave a Lasting Legacy


In 3,000 BC, Dubai was just a desert with nomadic cattle herders. In 1833, some 800 members of a certain tribe settled at the mouth of a natural harbor creek.   Read more…

The Strong Power in every Woman

herselfHot tears splashed down my cheeks as my new husband stared at me in confusion. I had been studying the creation story when I stumbled Read more…



When the Sun Rises


Every day in Africa a gazelle wakes up. It knows it must run faster than the fastest lion or it will be killed.

Every morning a lion wakes up. It knows that it must outrun the slowest gazelle or it will starve to death.  

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Woman with tennis racket

Tennis is both a competitive and relaxing sport. The most amazing thing about the game is its structure. The ball is always bouncing from one player to the other. Read more…


How sharp is your money saw?


Everyone has use for money if they can find it. Whether consciously or not, we all want it, work for it and think about itRead more…


What is your life’s purpose?


“The purpose of life is a life of purpose.”Robert Byrne;

Everything and everyone in the world was created for a purpose. True happiness comes from pouring yourself into purpose, holding nothing back. Read more…


Four Ways to Support Women in Leadership: Can you be counted?

“We’d like you to talk about that women thing…”  That was a caller from a radio station giving me the topic I was to speak on as part of International Women’s Day celebration. Read more…


Four Ways to Develop Continuous Learning habit: An essential Strategy for Success

In the last 6 years, I enrolled for  a myriad of classes with the intent of improving my skills. I have been to a variant of French and Spanish online classes, taken up Programming and Finance classes, opened and closed numerous blogs, joined and abandoned Read more…

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