It has been years since my mom’s death and it’s still hard to talk about her illness. But a rare coincidence led me to write this personal post in hopes of making a difference.
Digital drives us, but the fact is books are one of civilization’s oldest and most effective technologies for expanding minds and sparking creativity. And for companies building their brand and culture, a book can set them apart.
If you’re a Tom Petty fan like me, the news of his recent death was heartbreaking. But it was what I learned about Tom just hours later that will continue to inspire me.
It is today’s new reality: our nation is in the middle of an opioid epidemic. As a content creator with extensive healthcare experience, I thought I understood the problem—until an up close conversation opened my eyes.
It’s been 1,215 days since I deactivated my Facebook account. Not only am I breathing, I’m loving life even more.
I know we’re all very busy and admittedly my license plate (VRY BUSY) is my calling card. When there seem not enough hours in the day and the emails and texts pile up, I remember the power of a reply.
While research has shown that listening is one of the most important skills for business and leadership, data also suggests that…
We all meet someone who inspires us. For me, one of those people is Kevin Wilke. I got to know Kevin when telling his story for a Cleveland Clinic Florida oncology publication. Kevin is battling the most common and aggressive type of brain tumor known as a glioblastoma, but thanks to
As a medical editor, I learn something new every day. I’m lucky to speak with the some of the leading experts on topics that span from arthritis to cardiovascular disease and am always amazed at their knowledge. At the end of these conversations, one question often resonates with me: Does