Last Minute Gift Guide for the Home Office
If you’re anything like me, you have not started buying presents. Sometimes, gifts are just printouts of what the recipient would’ve received if…
This is How CG Became My Chief Gig
It has been a year since I officially “hung up my shingle” being a full-time entrepreneur. I always had side gigs while enjoying the comfort…
Extending Compassion and Grace
If you have been feeling a little out of sorts with the changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, know that you are not alone. Stress emerges in different ways. For me, I'm particularly stressed when I am not in control of a situation. A situation developed on...
Why You Should Choose Kindness
We adopted a dog for my son’s Christmas present in 2015. I had never lived with a dog before, but I was super excited to walk her, take her to the park…
Recent Blog Posts
The Freedom to Hope and Dream
What do you want to be when you grow up? It’s fun to dream, isn’t it? In fact, based on a survey by Zety, here are the answers from two thousand respondents.
Intersection of Immigrants and Freedom
This is a picture of my husband as a toddler; his mother pushes him along in a stroller. His sister happily tags along. Their memories are fuzzy…
Bringing Pride to Your Workplace
After such a drastic shift in world climates and social atmospheres, the world needs a little sunshine. For some, that happiness comes from Pride Month.
When Artificial Intelligence Screens In
The hiring process can be quite challenging when collaboration is required between internal and external recruiters, HR, and the hiring manager (or team).
The Truth About Hiring Biases
We’ve known for quite some time that recruiting and hiring are mired in biases even though organizations and the people in them are actively pursuing inclusion.