Why “Women Owned” Matters
February 22, 2017
For decades, Jelmar’s been known as the company that can help you with just about any household cleaning need—whether it’s shower head lime deposits, barbecue grill grease, or...
Why I love being part of a family business
January 18, 2017
Why do the vast majority of Americans end up breaking their New Year’s resolutions? Well, if you ask me, anything you have to resolve to do is probably a pretty...
Reflections on 2016 and a look ahead
December 06, 2016
We all have different feelings about the holiday season. Depending on your perspective, it can either be a treasured opportunity to spend time with family or a stressful month and a half of frantic...
4 key lessons women in business can learn from the presidential election
November 07, 2016
Political views aside, I think it’d be pretty tough to find a woman in business who can’t relate on some level to the gender dynamics of this election. Just think about it: one of...
Why We Need to Rediscover the Lost Art of Selling
October 11, 2016
As a family business leader, I’ve been lucky enough to inherit decades’ worth of business knowledge from my father and grandfather. And if I had to pick which of those early lessons was...
The Unexpected Challenge of Generational Succession
September 07, 2016
If you’re a family business leader like I am, there’s a good chance this statistic will resonate with you: only about a third of family businesses successfully make the...
My BlogHer Experience: Why Authenticity is the Key to Success in Business
August 16, 2016
What does reality TV star and social media maven Kim Kardashian West have in common with The Big Bang Theory’s Mayim Bialik (who holds a Ph.D. in neuroscience on screen and in...
Why “Made in the U.S.A.” will never go out of style
July 05, 2016
As much as I love the barbecues, picnics, and fireworks that have become synonymous with July 4th—and believe, me, I do—as I grow older, I always try to find time to pause and reflect...
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