A rainy Monday and a federal holiday means my husband has the day off work. Our daughters still had school, but I got a day off of carting kids around (nice!). Husband at home means there’s a roaring fire in the hearth and the house isn’t nearly as lonely and quiet as usual. But I’m still working.
This is as authentic as it gets. Me. home. Fire. Work. Family.
Here are five more posts from the LeaderTalk archives:
What do sorority girls and valuable mentors have in common? Read more in Leadership and the Magnetic Draw of Authenticity
A basic intro to the importance of authenticity for leaders. authenticity
This is a favorite of mine and its message is as relevant to me today as the day I wrote it. If you don’t click through to any other post, I hope you’ll read this one. I Saw the Sign, and It Opened Up My Eyes
A sure sign that we don’t know it all: thinking we know it all. Read more in When You Think You Know It All, You Don’t
I wrote this post for Mother’s Day, during my first year of blogging. Around the same time, Erin Schreyer wrote the same topic. Here’s my post: Leadership Lessons from Motherhood – Part 1. Here’s Erin’s: A Mother of a Leader. Erin and I didn’t know each other then, but we do now — and I am blessed by her wisdom and friendship.
Tell me something! How are you spending your Veterans Day? Did you click through to any of these pots? If so, which one and why?
I am the founder/CEO of the Weaving Influence team, the author of Reach: Creating the Biggest Possible Audience for Your Message, Book, or Cause, and the host of the Book Marketing Action Podcast. I’m a wife and mom of three kids, and I enjoy running, reading, writing, coffee, and dark chocolate.
You inspire me. You’re incredible. You’re a great example to all. And, most of all, I’m glad you are my friend.