The 3 Pillars to Work-Life Balance – It’s About Showing Up As a Leader

I am introducing three pillar to stop the overwhelm and start living a life you always wanted to.

Giving yourself permission to ask, having your kids and partner step up and asking your employer for a framework that will allow you to offer most value to the company.

We haven’t seen any change in the corporate landscape, because we and our partners have not been asking for enough. I believe that companies who value their employees and want to stay relevant, will be engaging in more conversations around work-life balance because we are in unprecedented times.

Reaching Outside of My Bubble – An Apology and Promise to Act

I had been living in my multicultural bubble, thinking that believing in our shared humanity and living it in my circle was enough. I had been telling myself that I was doing all I could by bringing up my kids in a multiracial environment. We celebrate diversity in our lives. I thought living this in our circle was enough. While it seems like a good start, we can’t leave this burden to our next generation. We have to proactively fight for equal rights for POC.

5 Tools to Survive the Emotional Rollercoaster this Pandemic is Taking Us on

This has been a crazy emotional rollercoaster for the last few weeks. I like to think of myself as a resilient person. But this time it is different. Why? Mainly because of the sheer dimensions of this crisis. It is a global pandemic. No-one can escape. Here’s how to survive the emotional rollercoaster this crisis is taking us on.

The 5 most valuable lessons YOU are learning alongside YOUR CHILDREN right now. Hint: It has nothing to do with “school subjects”.

You might not have chosen to homeschool like we did, but rather have been pushed into “doing school at home”. I’m going out on a limb here and argue that our situations might be more alike than different right now, so bare with me. By taking away “school” we immediately eliminated the two hotspots ofContinue reading “The 5 most valuable lessons YOU are learning alongside YOUR CHILDREN right now. Hint: It has nothing to do with “school subjects”.”