Work-Life Balance While in EMBA Program

June 01, 2017  |   Latest News   |     |   0 Comment

As a Ross School of Business EMBA student you are expected to complete university assignments, collaborate with colleagues at work, and spend quality time with your family and significant others daily. These expectations can be difficult to meet – unless you’re a superhero – so it’s important to plan how you will achieve a work-life balance while you’re enrolled in this EMBA program. Consequently, I’ve compiled a ...

Indecision is a Decision

November 18, 2013  |   Latest News   |     |   0 Comment

There are many people who have trouble making decisions, and most of this trouble stems from fear. Fear of making a mistake, fear of failure, fear of success, or regret. However, what people don’t often realize is that not making a decision is a decision itself. “What if I take the job and it turns out poorly?” “What if this house really isn’t a good purchase?” “What if I ...

Why Do We Hang On to “IT” ?

November 03, 2012  |   Latest News   |     |   1 Comment

Many people have an “it.” Something they want to change in their lives, something they know how to change in their lives, yet just can’t seem to take the action necessary. Do you have an “it?” Do you want to lose weight? Begin an exercise regime? Pursue a career change? Let go of a toxic relationship? In my experience, one of the main reasons that people don’t make changes is ...

Complete the Past to Allow Freedom In The Moment

June 25, 2012  |   Latest News   |     |   0 Comment

We all have a past. We have all experienced events that have resulted in powerful times of growth, as well as varying degrees of pain. We have been shaped by these events and many of us feel that we are limited by the negative experiences we’ve had. Sometimes we can get tangled up with these past events which prevent us from living ...

Our Quest for Status

June 06, 2012  |   Latest News   |     |   1 Comment

We all want to be excel at something, we all want to feel important. In the course of this quest for significance, we compare ourselves to others to determine how we measure up in society. Is she more knowledgeable than I am? Am I more fit than he is? Is she a better mother? Am I smarter than my coworkers? ...