Quotes are a dime a dozen, but I think there are very few people who do not have a quote that truly resonates with them. We are all searching for meaning, purpose, knowledge and answers and quotes tend to provide some insight into our constant yearning for clarity in our lives. For me, the above … Continue reading Get Busy Living
The world is definitely in a time of confusion and uncertainty like we have never experienced before. Some of us have been fortunate enough to have stable jobs and income while others will have to entirely rethink their career. This Harvard Business Review article provides great insight and support for reinventing in the times of … Continue reading Reinventing now
Everything I have learned about how to respect humanity and deal with life comes back to my mom. I am incredibly lucky. Although we didn't have much from a material point of view, we had tremendous love and joy in our house that has resonated with both my brother and myself. We were both blessed … Continue reading How to cover a murder with cat litter
Today, I sit on the shores of South Lake Tahoe blogging on the beach. I have been in this same spot probably close to a thousand times over the last 13 of 25 years that I have lived here. I am not at the spot where most people come to hang out in Tahoe as … Continue reading Go Play
As I watch and observe humans, I note that we are all on a relentless search to discover who we are and what is the meaning of life. As humans we want solid answers and are uncomfortable with the acceptance of the unknown. We want to maximize our time here on earth and hope that … Continue reading The search for who we are.
Last week, I discussed the messiness of healthcare. Today I want to discuss some steps towards solutions in thinking about how healthcare is delivered. I recently transitioned back into the private sector to work for a technology startup that delivers pediatric telehealth in the school systems across the country. The model is unique in that … Continue reading Healthcare reinvention – telehealth
Healthcare in the United States is a mess. I could reiterate the complexities, but my fellow MBA student, Lali Sekhon, has done an impeccable job of highlighting the issue in the Healthcare 101 series in his blog. From a high level, we are riddled with exorbitant costs, burned out healthcare providers, costly chronic health conditions … Continue reading Reinventing Healthcare.
In a previous blog post, I wrote about the impact of divorce on a woman’s future financial stability. The integral piece of this conversation is the impact poverty has on her children and the importance of our leadership as communities to support every family structure. There is not a one step solution for these challenges … Continue reading Poverty, children and spaghetti
The newest acronym - WFH - or work from home - I believe has incredible potential to change the outlook and prospects for women. The realities of the COVID pandemic have had devastating effects on our communities, but I think there are hidden gems that will allow us to reset and restructure the way the … Continue reading WFH
As I am about to complete my second master’s degree in six years, I have accumulated a vast amount of knowledge across three different disciplines. Within each course of study, I have found that there are a few singular pieces of information that resonate with me and that I hold on to as a guide … Continue reading Pay it forward