Let someone tell you you can’t! Thank them, and let that be the catalyst that drives your success.
Of all that has transpired over the last year, I am proudest of the team, and the culture we’re building. Everything else – retentions, loyalty, productivity – follows.
Taking a moment to be thankful and note what culture means to me.
When I am asked who my role model is in life, I think immediately to my two brothers… they are both inspirations and remarkable people. Taking a moment today to be thankful for them and oozing with pride, as Aaron Kahlow shares with the world he sold his second business. And now joins as CEO of PopExpert along side a kindred spirit Ingrid Sanders. Here’s the accomplishment in his own words.
When I was 22 I discovered this book. There is no doubt his works have had a tremendous impact on my life. Shortly after finishing the book, I started my first company.
Life is change, impermanence. Nothing stands still. For every down there is an equal or greater up. I’ve had my downs. The more we give away the more we get back. I’ve given… Life appears to be ‘giving to 6sense’ right now…I am grateful. Thank you to the amazing remarkable, brilliant, loving, fun, hilariously funny, curious, ...
Someone recently asked me… What’s your biggest prediction for 2015 (and beyond)? It’s simple. I want to see more women leadership — something I spoke about during the “Future of Predictive Analytics Panel” at Dreamforce 2014. Notice anything? Yes, I’m the only woman on the panel. It’s time to change that.
Trying to do my part to encourage and inspire our next generation of women leaders in tech… spoke at Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business Intercollegiate Convention. Here are a few pictures from the event.
Last week I had the honor of speaking at the Women 2.0 San Francisco City Meetup. I wanted to share with you all a summary of the inspiring night. As you can see, it was a packed room…90+ in attendance in the WeWork space! According to a recent Pew Research study, women dominate when it comes ...
For me, waking up early isn’t a struggle; it’s an opportunity to stay ahead of the competition. I work in San Francisco, arguably the most competitive city for technology companies. (San Francisco boasts about 17,179 people and 25 startups per square mile…that’s a lot of competition!) Inspired by my two brothers (Aaron and Thad) who ...