Good Morning America co-host Lara Spencer took center stage at WOTC East and discussed her ups and downs in the TV news business and how she used her passion for flea markets to become the "Martha Stewart of Junk."
Each and every day we must strive to be the best version of ourselves we can be. The choices we make on a daily basis affect our overall wellbeing––mindset, physical body and spirit. How we respond to the challenges we face and the successes we have impacts our happiness. What fills your heart and makes you truly happy?
What tops your list of goals for 2017? Let us know in the comment section.
At last week's Women Of The Channel Leadership Summit, CRN Executive Editor Jennifer Follett challenged us to blog and participate in this site. Here is my first blog (ever).
Several studies revealed that children are more likely to inherit intelligence from their mother, because intelligence genes are located on chromosome X.
Recent stats from our latest survey reveal that women know the secrets to juggling professional and personal demands.
Balancing a career and a personal life can often seem like an impossible goal. Here's how to start.
Little kids, like my 2-year-old and 4-year-old, have little concept of time and move at a much slower pace than most adults. One obvious reason for this is that their developing brains make them curious and inquisitive about all the new things they're encountering in the world. This necessarily slow-paced process of exploration and discovery can really slow you down when you're trying to get to work, school, or anywhere else on time. So how do you balance their developmental need to "doddle" when you're a super-busy parent trying to juggle work, kids, and all the other obligations on your calendar?
We asked the 2016 Women of the Channel to shed a little light on how they strive to achieve an optimal work-life balance.