[VIDEO] Talking Introverts and Power with Linda Ugelow, Women Inspired TV

I've long written, spoken about, and generally advocated for, how introverts can find and stand in their power in a world that doesn't always value their strengths and gifts. Today, I want to share a recent TV appearance I did with Bedford-based public speaking and visibility coach Linda Ugelow. I'm so thankful to Linda for … Continue reading [VIDEO] Talking Introverts and Power with Linda Ugelow, Women Inspired TV

[VIDEO] Spreading Your Message as an Introvert with BostonSpeaks

Last week, it was my pleasure to connect with Kit Pang of BostonSpeaks for a chat about how introversion can work for you when spreading your message. The live broadcast was recorded, so feel free to give it a watch below! We talked about what introversion is (and more importantly, what it isn't!), how introverts … Continue reading [VIDEO] Spreading Your Message as an Introvert with BostonSpeaks

[PODCAST] Hashtag Higher Ed, Episode 35: What Does it Mean to Be Creative?

I do a lot of podcasting from the comfort of my own desk or couch, "real" pants optional. So it was exciting to share a few hours with Stephen App of eCity Interactive for their Hashtag Higher Ed podcast in studio, in Philly, real clothes and everything, during a recent conference trip. I was so … Continue reading [PODCAST] Hashtag Higher Ed, Episode 35: What Does it Mean to Be Creative?

Cooking Up Creativity in the Kids’ Baking Championship Kitchen, Part 2

This post is part 2 in a series about the ways Kids Baking Championship embodies the creative process. Catch up on part 1 here. Last week, we explored a lot of the external principles of creativity that I've seen in action through my recent TV culinary obsession, Food Network's Kids Baking Championship. This week, I want … Continue reading Cooking Up Creativity in the Kids’ Baking Championship Kitchen, Part 2

Cooking Up Creativity in the Kids Baking Championship Kitchen, Part 1

Last week, my television baking obsession The Great British Bake-Off* aired its latest finale across the pond, and I'm anxiously awaiting its arrival to Netflix in a few weeks, by finding some Americans to watch bake. My sister alerted me to the presence of Food Network's Kids Baking Championship, a show I'd watched one season of … Continue reading Cooking Up Creativity in the Kids Baking Championship Kitchen, Part 1