How to Travel by Yourself: Feel Safe, Confident and Open to Adventure

Since I travel weekly for work in the states, it has become second nature for me to travel alone to all different cities (my favorites being San Francisco and Seattle). Fortunately for me, throughout the years, I have created a supportive network of friends and business associates all over the U.S. which makes me feel … Continue Reading

Summer Ends, Now What? Must Knows to Finish Out Your Year Strong

Rabbit Rabbit – Happy September! With summer officially ending Labor day weekend, you’re probably asking yourself, now what? ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL…Go Cardinals! ? As I look at what I’ve done and where I’ve been this year, it’s been filled with lots of traveling (San Francisco, Seattle, New York, Chicago, Cancun, LA, Malibu, Portland … Continue Reading

What you Need to Know Before a Tough Interview

It is that time of year… Dance auditions are underway and new professional teams are being formed for the upcoming season. Cheering for an NFL team, hands down came with one of the most competitive audition processes I’ve ever encountered. Hundreds of women show up  every year to tryout and there’s typically only 25-30 spots … Continue Reading

The Elevator Pitch – Who You Are and What You do?

One of the quickest ways to set yourself apart from the competition is to have a compelling elevator pitch. In the first few moments of encountering someone new, whether at a networking function, happy hour, charity event or in an actual elevator, people like to quickly get to the bottom of who you are and … Continue Reading

How to Deal with Attraction in the Workplace

Not as easy as swiping right or left? It’s great when you get along with people at work (could be a co-worker or boss): have an open relationship with easy communication, ability to share what you think is best for the business, feel supported in your ideas and empowered to take action. Fostering those kind of … Continue Reading

How to React When It’s a Customer Facing Fire Drill?

I’ve had several opportunities to practice and fine tune how to manage and handle when things go wrong with customers and they become angry, impatient, unhappy, threatening and even create a headache (literally). No matter how hard you try, there will be times when issues will arise and you have to perform and step up … Continue Reading