Don’t be afraid of an open door: follow up to the chairs

“Waiting insistently in front of a tightly closed door is unfair to all of the open doors! Give a chance to the open doors!”Mehmet Murat ildan A few posts ago, I told you about the meditation chairs I finally let go of. The chairs that seated our art, meditation, and women's gatherings comfortably through the … Continue reading Don’t be afraid of an open door: follow up to the chairs

The Sisterhood of Serendipity

A woman contacted me through LinkedIn. She is a fellow Know Tribe sister: a women-in-business group I joined earlier this year. She asked if we could meet for tea to see how we could support one another. I agreed. I assumed we would find out about each other's work and discover opportunities for collaboration. But … Continue reading The Sisterhood of Serendipity