Change is scary and uncomfortable. If 2020 has done anything, it’s helped (or forced) us to come to terms with change. And perhaps there is no group that’s had to shift and change more than the people working to keep America’s small businesses afloat. I had the opportunity this week to talk to Natasha Miller, […]
This month, we mark 100 years since the 19th Amendment was ratified, allowing US women to vote. And 47 years since the establishment of Women’s Equality Day — seeking broader equality of pay, opportunity and rights. While there is much work to be done to truly level the playing field for women entrepreneurs, there are […]
Wellness programs have had a place in large companies for more than a decade. Typically, they are well-intentioned programs to lower the cost of insurance for companies that get their people to engage in preventative care. The goal? Counter the chronic issues behind the most costly medical intervention. Filled with corporate fun runs, fitness trackers, weight loss challenges, and counsel on how to quit smoking, they caught our imagination. And they’ve failed.