Read the content Beth shares through her newsletters, articles and general blog posts that cover a range of topics about the ever-changing nature of work and leadership, today’s business challenges, consumer trends and maintaining balance in our lives.

Cleaning is NOT My Therapy


I HATE to clean and that is not an overstatement. Jim and I decided that we want to avoid having...

So Much Togetherness


My husband Jim is the love of my life but that does not mean we want to work together. A certain...

Things you can do RIGHT NOW to Stay Sane with a Full House


Suddenly, everyone in your household is doing his or her thing from home.

Leaders: 4 Actions to Take RIGHT NOW


Your ability as a Leader has likely not been tested to the extent that it is today.

Will Employees Survive the Transition to the New Future of Work?


A look at the changing culture of our workforce and how employees are adapting, or not adapting, to the changes.

Virtue Signaling Shifts to Shaming and Extends Beyond Sustainability.


Recent literature suggests that there is a steady shift from virtue signaling to shaming. In other words, practicing sustainability is...

Sharing TMI to Drive Transparency


How transparent sharing of information is reshaping the norms and culture of the workforce as we know it.

February Newsletter: Keeping It Real


Welcome to the February edition of my newsletter. I received several ideas for the name, and the winner goes to…Francie...

Keeping Up with New Year Resolutions


Thanks to those of you who shared your thoughts on committing to New Year Resolutions. I know several of you...

A Question From a Reader About Funding


One of my readers poses a question about how to secure funding for a new business.

Does Finding a Purpose Create Anxiety?


In a few months I will be speaking in Chicago to a group of young healthcare professionals. The topic is...

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way From the Post Office


Every customer experience won’t be great, but it’s important to recover quickly and properly when bad things do happen.