Many businesswomen have had that Peggy Olson moment. It’s the moment when they’re told to basically stick to the womanly topics, albeit with the respectful, “but you’re doing a great job” sign off. The bad part about it is, the men rarely realize what a good thing they’re missing.
“We came prepared,” said Amanda, the student interviewer as she sat across from media mogul Oprah Winfrey. The questions were on point during the discussion, one of the latest in “View from The Top,” a Stanford Business School series featuring well-respected leaders from a range of areas. Listen to Oprah and the audience participants.
You wrote a book. Pages and pages are full of information or stories that you were compelled to tell in your unique style and voice. You published it yourself hoping to make readers and money.
How do you become the “it” girl at the game party? Bring the iPhone charger. When a phone battery dies faster than it takes for an ice cream cone to melt, there’s a problem. With the battery life problems, in today’s devices, how much of a genius is that smartphone?
“Well, I’m on my way I don’t know where I’m going, But I’m on my way I’m takin’ my time but I don’t know where Good-bye to Rosie the Queen … Continue reading
It takes good people to make good pizza. Domino’s Pizza began to revamp its image four years ago with a campaign based on developing a better product to build its brand. Now, the focus is on the people who work there. It’s in very good taste.
Three characters have made Thursday night TV extra special. There may be no obvious link between Lt. Uhura, Claire Huxtable and Olivia Pope, but there is a thread. Nichelle Nichols, … Continue reading
The ‘Best Man Holiday’ numbers rocked. Shocked reviewers who gave the film less than stellar marks can’t doubt the results and said that the movie “overperformed” or surprised” them. Did they understand who these characters/people were?