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May 2, 2018

10 Pieces Of Advice I’ve Offered On Forbes

Since October I’ve been fortunate to have the privilege, along with amazing colleagues, to offer snippets of my advice that have appeared on Forbes now 10 TIMES ? below is a list of these 10 pieces of advice I’ve offered through #Forbes.com 3/8/18 13 Thought Leadership Mistakes That Can Tarnish Your Personal Brand […]
November 7, 2017

Featured On Forbes – Eight Methods Professionals Can Use to Reduce Stress

I offer another snippet of advice on what Professionals Can Use to Reduce Stress Read the full article here -> https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbescoachescouncil/2017/11/06/eight-methods-professionals-can-use-to-reduce-stress/
November 2, 2017

My First Feature On Forbes – 10 Entrepreneurs Share Advice They Wish They Had Known Earlier

So happy to announce I was featured on forbes.com this week in an interview, with my advice on what I wish I had known earlier in business and as a leader. Read the article here https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbescoachescouncil/2017/10/30/11-entrepreneurs-share-advice-they-wish-they-had-known-earlier/#743a89974488
October 16, 2017

Singing CEO & Renaissance Woman – Rosalee Laws – Invited Into Forbes Council

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    Singing CEO, Survivor & Renaissance Woman – Rosalee Laws – Invited Into Forbes Council [New York, NY October 23, 2017] — Rosalee Laws, Founder of The Rosalee Laws Company & The Business Building Bakery, has been accepted into the Forbes Coaches Council, an invitation-only community for leading business […]
May 5, 2017

Getting Started With Visual Thinking – Resources

Visual resources and videos RSA Animate – whiteboard animation stories from world-class speakers, authors, and thinkers Common Craft – visual explanations TED talks (on visual storytelling) Doodle Revolution, by Sunni Brown  Visual notetaking, by Eva Lotta Lamm  Shape your thinking, by Brandy Agerbeck  Drawing in class, by Rachel Smith  TED […]
October 7, 2013

Paying Attention To Where Your Attention Is – Developing The Ability To Watch and Listen To Your Own Mind Improves Leadership and Productivity

I am a strong believer in the personal leadership approach FIRST, before you can better your organization or business. Many organizational problems come out of a leader’s personal process problems. So where do you start and how do you improve personal leadership and self management? “If you don’t pay attention […]
September 26, 2013

Why Multitasking And Busyness Stuff (BS) Are A Prescription For Failure

Human Brains Do Not Like Multitasking Many people believe that being able to multitask is a virtue of productivity. But on the contrary, your brain does not like multitasking. In a 2009 study, Stanford researcher Clifford Nass found that chronic multitasks are  are less effective even when doing single tasks. […]
September 19, 2013

Great Leadership = Balance Between Structure and Total Freedom

[dropcaps style=”]G[/dropcaps]reat leaders are able to find a balance with their people. A balance of authority with compassion and sensitivity. New business owners, managers and leaders tend to struggle with this balance. When too much freedom and free reign is given to employees, without any guidelines whatsoever, the leadership must […]
June 12, 2013

What Am I Doing Here? So You Feel Like An Impostor?

Ever find yourself asking yourself this question? [dropcaps style=”square”]I[/dropcaps]mpostor syndrome is when someone feels no where near good enough. They feel like a fraud because they tell themselves their accomplishments are not as good as those around them. Its a form of insecurity and very common, especially in women.  You […]
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