In case you haven’t noticed – Google has been doing some serious upgrades
A few years ago I would have boldy said “We are ALL equal – women, men, children …” without this statement nudging my back and warning me that it held no depth and as a result didn’t help and mean anything if actions were to be made on the basis of this “BOLD” statement! Equality… Read More Equality and Equity
DO you remember the last time you wrote new years resolutions? I don’t remember – but this time here is a narrowed list of only 3 things: and not resolutions promises to self! – your word shall be golden. you ain’t saying yes to nothing you are not going to commit yourself to doing or… Read More Not to self!
One common trait of the most successful leaders is that they were able to overcome their own barriers first before they took on the world. Their story starts with a memory of how they arrived to become useful citizens, family members and friends. Like some of the most amazing ladies – Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, Wanguri Maathai… Read More Why your personal strength is important …
“Focus, determination, competition and pursuit of a goal do not have a gender.”
That title seems misleading because in fact I am back to baby steps. Before biochemical engineering in my life there was once computer science . (A memory and decisions that reveal to me grit is something I developed and strengthened over time) We are constantly developing with time and the person you are today is… Read More Journey to relearning coding
When you love what you do , you don’t have to compete with someone else, you do not have to even do your best because it is right deep within you that you just love it 😉 Some say they are searching , but it is always there with you. Look for it within you! If… Read More The value of doing what you love vs loving what you do…
“whites only careers?” Why arent we seeing the figures rising for people of color …? There are a lot of cards and moves that race plays in this. A lot of things come to mind, but are these valid excuses … and when is that time for the next phase for people of color
Most say the first climb during your first working years is the steepest. Especially in the STEM functions. Your brain seems to be at a slight halt as you learn the know – how of industry. And once that slope is complete its rejuvenated. The brain needs to always be working. So keep climbing that steep… Read More climb the steep slope
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