Neuroscience has proven that your thoughts and belief systems hold you back and can lead to feeling stuck, stopped and stalled. Through Jackie Kellso’s brain-based approach, learn how to shift to “right” thinking in ways that can propel you forward in your career and in life!
On Saturday, February 27, Jackie is leading an interactive and engaging workshop to help you:
~ Uncover beliefs and thoughts that hold you back
~ Learn thinking techniques to make better decisions
~ Create a statement that will communicate your value
~ Change irrational thinking to rational action
~ Design a new mission that will be your guide for moving forward
To register, go to: http://thrivejackiekellso2016.eventbrite.com/
Before settling on the Seven Dwarfs we know today, Disney also considered Chesty, Tubby, Burpy, Deafy, Hickey, Wheezy, and Awful.
Standing at the entrance of the Christopher Street PATH station our bike trip had come to a standstill. I doubted I had the upper body strength to carry my Russian tanker of a mountain bike and Savanna’s snazzy Aqua blue Schwinn down those killer stairs. I had two choices: turn back now and send my daughter the message it’s okay to give up, or break my neck trying.
I was ready to offer Savannah ice cream in exchange for nixing the idea of biking in Hoboken when I heard a voice from behind. “Can I get this for ‘ya?” it said.
F. Scott Fitzgerald was right when he said the “rich are different than you and me.” Kerry Kennedy’s appearance in Westchester County Court was a made for TV moment. Thank you for reminding viewers your father was once the Attorney General.
On Friday Woody Allen responded to his daughter Dylan’s sexual abuse allegations with a letter in the New York Times. (See New York Times).
When I read the Op-Ed I felt sick to my stomach, and not because I think the famous writer/director is a pedophile, and for the fact of the matter, nor did the experts at the Yale-New Haven Hospital who investigated the case 21 years ago and found Dylan’s claims unsubstantiated. It’s because I too have been the target of an angry, vindictive ex years after we’ve parted ways.
Posted in Rants & Ramblings
Tagged Blue Jasmine, custody, Dylan Farrow, Mia Farrow, New York, New York Times, Nixzmary Brown, Oscars, parenting, Single mom, Woody Allen
When the woman at the Jersey Boys Box Office asked if I wanted to sit in the orchestra, I immediately thought it was some sort of theatre scam.
I have been a “Balcony Girl” my entire life and the tickets, as a testament to my status in the theatre world caste system, were bought during a Theatre Week promotion. I was prepared to take my tickets and head north, but noticed she was eyeing the seating chart on her screen.
I recently found out that U.S. ranked a shameful 16th out of 23 countries in literacy proficiency. Topping the list is Japan, Netherlands and Finland.
It begs the question: is it the teaching and testing methods in those countries or that more mothers are on board with screaming every morning: “Put your coat on. We’re going to be late for school!”