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.

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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...

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Sharing TMI to Drive Transparency


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

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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...

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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...

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A Question From a Reader About Funding


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

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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...

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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.

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January Newsletter: Happy New Year!


With the New Year only a few days away, I wanted to share my approach to making New Year resolutions...

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New Year Resolutions


A look at a few of the goals Beth Bierbower is setting for herself in the new year.

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Food and Drink Tips


Here are a few ways Beth Bierbower manages her food and drink intake during the holidays, especially at parties.

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Breathing Room


If you are visiting friends and family during a day trip, let them know ahead of time that you will...

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Ditch, Delegate and Outsource


Make your Holiday preparations a little easier by deciding what to Ditch, Delegate or Outsource.